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Definition of Earless

Earless
Earless Ear"less, a. Without ears; hence, deaf or unwilling to hear. --Pope.

Meaning of Earless from wikipedia

- The earless seals, phocids or true seals are one of the three main groups of mammals within the seal lineage, Pinnipedia. All true seals are members of...
- The earless monitor lizard (Lanthanotus borneensis) is a semiaquatic, brown lizard native to the Southeast Asian island of Borneo. It is the only living...
- Hoichi the Earless (耳なし芳一, Mimi-nashi Hōichi) is the name of a well-known figure from ****anese folklore. His story is well known in ****an, and the best-known...
- The earless skinks form the genus Hemiergis in the skink family Scincidae. All earless skinks are native to Australia. There are seven species: Hemiergis...
- Earless lizards are two genera of small lizards native to the semiarid and gr****land habitats of the Southwestern United States and Mexico. The genus...
- The three-toed earless skink (Hemiergis decresiensis) is a viviparous earless skink from southeastern Australia. Hemiergis decresiensis is a thin, smooth-scaled...
- lacked external ear openings. Photo by Erik Enderson Figure 1. Greater Earless Lizard (Cophosaurus tex****) in a challenging display. Note the ventrally...
- owls, with the other being the barn-owl (Tytonidae). Common names are earless owls or wood owls, though they are not the only owls without ear tufts...
- Varanids last shared a common ancestor with their closest living relatives, earless "monitors", during the Late Cretaceous. During the Late Cretaceous Period...
- Mexican beaded lizard (H. horridum) Gila monster (H. suspectum) Lanthanotus Earless monitor lizard (L. borneensis) Var**** Asian water monitor (V. salvator)...
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