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- the effect of the poison gets gradually intensified. The gecko makes a shrill vibrating noise when surprised. The stomach contents of a male palm civet...
- dominated by claims that Porteous had literally nagged Han**** to death with shrill tantrums and arguments. Porteous denied the allegations, famously explaining:...
- years to reach full maturity. The bearded vulture is silent, apart from shrill whistles in their breeding displays and a falcon-like ch****-ach**** call...
- nesting period. The voice of the golden eagle is considered weak, high, and shrill, has been called "quite pathetic" and "puppy-like", and seems incongruous...
- close range, in an eerie, long-drawn-out shriek. Males in courtship give a shrill twitter. Both young and old animals produce a snake-like hiss defense when...
- cadence to a gull's call. The calls of young birds tend to be more harsh and shrill than those of adults. The bald eagle is placed in the genus Haliaeetus (sea...
- calls while contacting with other members of the species, and produces shrill screams and cries when alarmed. It is known to fight through bites and kicks...
- olive green upperparts and whitish-gray breast and lower parts. It has a shrill song that alternates between high-pitched and moderately pitched and appears...
- Altimarlach: A Ballad ’Twas morn; from rustic cot and grange The ****’s shrill clarion rung; And fresh on every sweet wild flower The pearly dew-drop hung...
- and a rasping “repulsion call”. Murphy notes “The call of the male is a shrill whistle, repeated several times and frequently uttered in flight. The duck...
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