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- swoops down over the nest flapping its wings in a courtship display. These owls are generally monogamous. The short-eared owl nests on the ground in...
- The long-eared owl (Asio otus), also known as the northern long-eared owl or, more informally, as the lesser horned owl or cat owl, is a medium-sized species...
- direction. Most cats have straight ears pointing upward. Unlike with dogs, flap-eared breeds are extremely rare (Scottish Folds have one such exceptional mutation)...
- An eared seal or otariid or otary is any member of the marine mammal family Otariidae, one of three groupings of pinnipeds. They comprise 15 extant species...
- The name arises from the fact that the ears of many breeds of domestic dog flap over. A dog ear can serve as a bookmark. While generally frowned upon by...
- and the Sahara Desert. There have been some suggestions that the black-eared kite (M. m. lineatus) should be elevated to full species status as M. lineatus...
- The pink-eared duck (Malacorhynchus membranaceus) is a species of duck found in Australia. It has a large spatulate bill like the Australasian shoveler...
- (Metaplastes oertzeni) Balkan ornate bush-cricket (Metaplastes ornatus) Flap-eared leaf katydid (Oxyecous lesnei) ****inus rostratus Arabian sickle bush-cricket...
- Norbani is Flaccus, a common surname that translates as "flabby" or "flap-eared". Other surnames include Balbus, a common name referring to one who stammers;...
- four pinnae or ear flaps (the additional pinnae did not lead to additional ear canals and organs of hearing). In a group of four-eared cats studied in 1957...
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