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*  Nutcracker
Many animals shell nuts to eat them, including using tools. Parrots use their beaks as natural nutcrackers, in much the same ... After the 1960s, the availability of pre-shelled nuts led to a decline in ownership of nutcrackers and a fall in the tradition ... The hard shell won when it came to the crunch". The Independent. Retrieved December 31, 2015. "Morley's Nutcrackers". Morley ... These are also used for cracking the shells of crab and lobster to make the meat inside available for eating. Hinged lever ...
*  Folliculinidae
Mature folliculinids are often attached to substrates like algae, plants, and animal shells or carapaces. They can be found in ... shell). The cell body has two wing-shaped protrusions, called peristomal wings, which carry the ciliary structures which are ...
*  Biogenic substance
Chalk and limestone are examples of secretions (marine animal shells) which are of geologic age. grass and wood are biogenic ... It may be either constituents, or secretions, of plants or animals. A more specific name for these substances is biomolecules. ...
*  Turbo cornutus
The operculum is not edible, and must be discarded along with the animal's shell after eating. Since sazae is such a prized ... It has a large, thick, green-gray shell with irregular incremental striae and spiral lirae. The shell has about 5-6 whorls, ... The planktonic and early shell-growing stages are highly dangerous times for young horned turban shells, and they are eaten in ... the corkscrew-like animal can be drawn out of its shell using its hard operculum, or hard, rocky lid, to which it is firmly ...
*  Bead
The natural organics include bone, coral, horn, ivory, seeds (such as tagua nuts), animal shell, and wood. For most of human ... A bead is a small, decorative object that is formed in a variety of shapes and sizes of a material such as stone, bone, shell, ... Heishe are beads made of shells or stones by the Kewa Pueblo people of New Mexico. In many parts of the world, beads are used ... A pair of beads made from Nassarius sea snail shells, approximately 100,000 years old, are thought to be the earliest known ...
*  Four Benevolent Animals
... lord of shelled animals; and the Phoenix (鳳凰), lord of birds. They were juxtaposed with the "Four Perils" (四凶, Si Xiong), which ... In Chinese culture, animal imagery is closely related to the four or five cardinal directions. However, the relationship of the ... The Four Benevolent Animals (simplified Chinese: 四灵; traditional Chinese: 四靈; pinyin: Sì Líng) are figures from Chinese ... East and west were symbolized by the sun and the moon, rather than by any animal. Four Symbols of Chinese and Japanese culture ...
*  Joachim Johann Nepomuk Spalowsky
"Introduction to a Systematic History of Shelled Animals". wdl.org. Alan R Kabat, 1996. J.J.N.A. Spalowsky (1752-97) and the ... "Introduction to a Systematic History of Shelled Animals". World Digital Library (in Latin and German). Retrieved 2014-03-01. " ...
*  Charles Darwin's education
As a young child at The Mount, Darwin avidly collected animal shells, postal franks, bird's eggs, pebbles and minerals. He was ... by an aggregation process of animal elements; and maintains, that all other animals, by the operation of external circumstances ... Catastrophism claimed that animals and plants were periodically annihilated as a result of natural catastrophes and then ... He admits, on the one hand, the existence of the simplest infusory animals; on the other, the existence of the simplest worms, ...
*  Bafia people
All those involved are required to lay their hands on the animal's shell as a way of eliciting the truth. The hands of the ... The turtle is respected as a traditional totem animal. There is an age-old belief that turtle shells are sacred and can be used ...
*  Alnmouth
... 's south-beach dune is calcerous, containing mainly marine-animal shell, and is only 2-300 years old. Alnmouth lies at ...
*  Megamastax
Various hard-shelled animals were present in the late Silurian of China, including brachipods, molluscs, trilobites, and even ... With rounded coronoid teeth, Megamastax could have fed on hard-shelled animals. Extant fish with crushing teeth, such as wolf ...
*  Bobasatrania
The structure of their teeth suggests they fed on small shelled animals. Nielsen, Eigil. A preliminary note on Bobasatrania ...
*  Limacina
... propel these invertebrates through the water column to overcome negative buoyancy due to the animal's shell. As diel vertical ... Shell size and thickness vary within the genus. At high latitudes, the diameter of the shell does not exceed 15 mm. At lower ... Description: the shell is flatly twisted, resembling the shell of the cephalopod Nautilus. - synonym: Heliconoides inflata ( ... These prey items become entangled in a mucosal web (up to 5 cm wide) excreted by the animal that is, in turn, eaten along with ...
*  Scallop
ISBN 978-1-883937-21-8. Rotterdam Natural History Museum Natural History Museum Rotterdam - photos of Pectinidae shells Animals ... These growth rings increase in size downwards until they reach the curved ventral edge of the shell. The shell of most scallops ... ISBN 3-925919-78-3. Robinson, Chuck; Robinson, Debbie (2000). The Art of Shelling: A Complete Guide to Finding Shells and Other ... Thus, barnacle larvae settlement will occur more frequently on sponge-free shells than sponge-encrusted shells. In fact, ...
*  Marmorana serpentina
... at AnimalBase Images of live animal and shells. ...
*  Angel Tales
He later made her his bride, both being closely related animals (shelled reptiles). However, when the four joined Gorō's side, ... Genbu Shell Attack. 1. An Unforgettable Bond 2. I'm Not Afraid of My Trauma 3. Let Me Help You, Master 4. I Can't Bear a ... In a past life, Gorō was the sage named Seijya, "not human nor animal two supreme beings that are tied together", who stole the ... Ayumi always wears a green beret-like hat that symbolizes her turtle shell in her past life. Ayumi often scolds Mika and argues ...
*  Quipu
... s have been found with adornments, such as animal shells, attached to the cords, and these non-textile materials may ...
*  Fossils of the Burgess Shale
... and calcisiltite originally animal shells. The calcisiltite layers contain relatively unremarkable shells and occasional non- ... Its shell is very similar to one of the two Burgess Shale shell types labelled Oikozetetes; the forward shell of halkieriids, ... This animal had a soft, unarmored underside, but the upward-facing surfaces were armored by: a small shell, near the front end ... This animal's body was fragile and usually disintegrated before it could be fossilized. But the complete animal had tough ...
*  Sixgill stingray
The jaws are poorly mineralized, suggesting that it does not feed on hard-shelled animals. There is a record of a specimen with ...
*  Pomatoceros lamarckii
They are found attached to firm substrates, from rocks to animal shells to man made structures, and often are noted for their ... "An EST screen from the annelid Pomatoceros lamarckii reveals patterns of gene loss and gain in animals". BMC Evolutionary ...
*  Endolith
An endolith is an organism (archaeon, bacterium, fungus, lichen, algae or amoeba) that lives inside rock, coral, animal shells ... Although the rate of thickening of the shells were faster in more infested areas it is not rapid enough to combat the ... Endolithic fungi have been discovered in shells as early as the year 1889 by Edouard Bornet and Charles Flahault. These two ... "Lethal and sub-lethal effects of phototrophic endoliths attacking the shell of the intertidal mussel Perna perna." Marine ...
*  Bracken Hall Countryside Centre and Museum
Gastrioceras fossil (ammonoid: coiled-shell swimming animal). Geological samples, for visitors to handle. Headphones with ... There is a row of wooden flaps painted with animal pictures. The children try to name the animals, then lift the flaps to read ... In the back yard are the toilets, and an animal hutch. In the side garden there is a raised lawn, with a minibeast trapdoor ... There are bird feeders which attract various finches and tits, and an animal hutch for a rabbit or guinea pig. There is a ...
*  Glyptodont
Archeological evidence suggests that these humans made use of the animal's armored shells. Delsuc, F.; Gibb, G. C.; Kuch, M.; ... Each species of glyptodont had a unique osteoderm pattern and shell type. With this protection, they were armored like turtles ... 1999). The Marshall Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals. London: Marshall Editions. p. 208. ISBN 1- ...
*  Domica Cave
Also pendants from shells and animal teeth were preserved. Krásnohorská Cave Škocjan Caves in Slovenia "DOMICA CAVE - ...
*  Olivella semistriata
Molluscous animals and their shells. [in F. W. Beechey, the zoology of Capt. Beechey's voyage, compiled from the collections on ... the striae do not begin to form before the animal exceeds 10 mm shell length. The suture is open. The aperture is elongate, and ... The living animal is brownish gray with characteristic dark marks on the propodium, the front part of the foot. It lacks ... The shell is smooth and shiny except for the upper (= posterior) half of the body whorl which carries dense longitudinal ...