I stepped on it, but it bent and gave way and I began to clamber up a fence which I could scarcely reach with my hands.
In the case of the stronger, taller-growing species they may be made to clamber over living trees.
It wants a moist, cool soil, a sunny, airy position, and a few slender Pea-sticks to clamber upon.
clamber over the cemetery wall.
clamber on board by the rigging.
clamber up on dads back to get a better view whilst mother has gone off to find something to eat.
clamber up the slopes above the lake of the same name.
clamber up the rocks for views back toward Milia.
Dogfish swim around lazily, while large spider crabs clamber up steep rocky walls, over soft layers of seaweed or along sandy gullies.
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