Dormouse Sentence Examples
His teapots include the adorable Dormouse from Alice in Wonderland.
The fur of the dormouse is tawny above and paler beneath, with a white patch on the throat.
The common dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius, ranging from England to Russia and Asia, is of the size of a mouse and mainly chestnutcoloured.
At the beginning of the cold season the common dormouse retires to its nest, and curling itself up in a ball, becomes dormant.
The woodland is mainly hazel coppice and is home to the rare dormouse.
Here it may be mentioned that Leithia, from the Pleistocene of Malta, originally regarded as a giant dormouse, seems near akin to Anomalurus.
Among the more remarkable forms are a species of hippopotamus, the elephant (including a pigmy variety), and a gigantic dormouse.
Before retiring they become very fat, and at such times the edible dormouse is a favourite article of diet on the Continent.
We started by making ' stuffed dormouse ', which was a Roman delicacy.
Ancient woodland shelters the common dormouse, now, alas, becoming rare.Advertisement
The native British dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius is a nocturnal, secretive mammal, with orange-yellow fur and a long furry tail.
The value plats is immense, supporting important species such as the dormouse with the grassland under the trees supporting a diverse flora.
Other species found on the reserve include roe and fallow deer, fox, stoat, harvest mouse and occasional dormouse.
The results will help conservationists to develop a national plan to save the dormouse from extinction.
In the case of dormice these marks are quite distinctive and finding dormouse eaten nuts forms the basis of our survey.Advertisement
The hazel dormouse, which has disappeared from many areas of the country in recent decades, is being restored to its historic habitats.
He reminds me of a little dormouse, the way he curls up, with his little feet all tucked up.
During the winter, this will involve coppicing the specially managed woodland, which is home to the endangered dormouse.
Coppiced hazel is the typical home of the dormouse, now sadly becoming scarce due to the loss of such places.