chaus (both Eurasian); F.
the Eurasian, the Ethiopian (to which region Baluchistan seems to belong) and the Indo-Malayan.
It is not impossible that the question may yet be raised again whether the Eurasian after all is the heir of the ages.
But the Greek race before Alexander had not its later prestige, and we must consider such a sentiment as leads the Eurasian to-day to cling to his Western parentage, so that the instance of the Branchidae cannot be used straight away for the time after Alexander.
fills the deepest part of a vast depression, sometimes known as the Aralo-Caspian depression, once an inland sea, the Eurasian Mediterranean or Sarmatian Ocean.
Of 124 species in that list, 95 are pronounced to be Eurasian, 17 Indian, 10 both Eurasian and Indian, i (Turtur risorius) Eur., Ind.
m., of which 1,420,800 are Eurasian and 1,513,800 are African.
In the Eurasian land area the greatest thickness of Carboniferous rocks is in the west; in North America it is in the east.
Hence it naturally partakes somewhat of the forms of each, but is in the main Eurasian.
Afghanistan appears to be, during the breeding season, the retreat of a variety of Indian and some African (desert) forms, whilst in winter the avifauna becomes overwhelmingly Eurasian.
One of these (genus Meles) includes the Eurasian badger which is found in Britain.
Until recently, the Indian Eagle Owl was listed as a subspecies of Eurasian Eagle Owl (subspecies: Bubo bubo bubo bengalensis ).
In a chestnut wood we added some more familiar birds: European Robin, Winter Wren, Song Thrush and Eurasian bullfinch.
All the familiar waterbirds were on the river, including many Flamingo and Eurasian coot, and a Kingfisher was seen by some.
Eurasian curlew -- A single at Cape point on 10th.
Eurasian Collared dove Small numbers seen around towns on four days with a maximum of eight on 28 th.
editor of the journal, Eurasian Studies.
Also here Eurasian hobby, northern goshawk, small pratincole and the wonderful pied harrier.
Overhead there will be a constant procession of Eurasian griffons, and other raptors could include Honey Buzzard, Hobby or Peregrine Falcon.
A pair of Eurasian jays flew over the forest.
Three times the size of Europe, it spanned the Eurasian landmass from the Baltic Sea to the Pacific Ocean.
On this page Tigers: Eurasian lynx: Mountain Lions Amba relaxing in her enclosure making sure the camera gets her best side.
This dispute involved multiple issues of wetland permitting, environmental study compliance and Eurasian water milfoil.
Eurasian nutcracker, Nucifraga caryocatactes - 2, A Li Shan.
Eurasian nuthatch: Several noted at San Juan de la PeÃ±a on 1st.
We were also lucky enough to see both the small clawed and Eurasian otter.
Eurasian skylark [cantarella] (Alauda arvensis cantarella) At MÃ¶venpick Golf Hotel, walking on the lawn.
Stopped at a feeding station to observe Asian Rosy Finches and Eurasian Tree sparrows.
Walking further round the track we climbed another platform to watch over two hundred feeding Eurasian spoonbills.
The people who had lived in booths in the desert, or Eurasian steppes, were Iranians.
My interest has been drawn to details of nomadic tribes from the Eurasian Steppes.
Eurasian Skylark [cantarella] (Alauda arvensis cantarella) At MÃ¶venpick Golf Hotel, walking on the lawn.
Stopped at a feeding station to observe Asian Rosy Finches and Eurasian Tree Sparrows.
Walking further round the track we climbed another platform to watch over two hundred feeding Eurasian Spoonbills.
The frogs are partly Eurasian, partly Indian; and the same may be said of the fish, but they are as yet most imperfectly known.
Indian Army.-The forces in India consist of the British army on the Indian establishment and the Indian native army with its dependent local militias, feudatories, contingents, &c. In addition there is a force of European and Eurasian volunteers, drawn largely from railway employes.
An eclipse drake with Eurasian Wigeon A. penelope on the sea at Scalby Mills.
In the aeneolithic necropolis of Anghelu Ruju, near Alghero, of 63 skulls, 53 belong to the" Mediterranean " dolico-mesocephalic type and i o to a Eurasian brachycephalic type of Asiatic origin, which has been found in prehistoric tombs of other parts of Europe.
Wheeler with his small band of soldiers and the European and Eurasian residents were exposed for 21 days to the fire of the mutineers, is merely a bare field, containing the well where many women and children were shot while getting water.
The Eurasian population of Siam is very small compared with that of other large cities of the East.
A third group comprises the cosmopolitan Scincidae, the African and Malagasy Gerrhosauridae which in various features remind us of the Anguidae, and the African and Eurasian Lacertidae which are the highest members of this group. Anelytropidae and perhaps also Dibamidae may be degraded Scincoids.
In Afghanistan, as in other regions near the great Eurasian system of folds, the Miocene includes extensive deposits of gypsum and salt.
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