It is white-faced, with a lock of wool on the forehead.
Early in the 19th century the old Wiltshire white-faced horned sheep, with a scanty coat of hairy wool, and the Berkshire Knot, roamed over the downs of their native counties.
It is also ideal land for fattening beef cattle and you still see some of the beautiful white-faced Herefords grazing on the lush pasture.
She can kill sloths, howler monkeys, and white-faced Capuchins with ease.
White-faced Whistling-Duck Dendrocygna viduata Numerous in rice fields at IITA.
Hundreds of white-faced ibises are flying over, in tight formation, on their way to roost.
white-faced capuchin monkeys.
white-faced unemotional man, who went through his duties in a dull mechanical way.
white-faced clown who is always immaculately dressed, with finely defined make-up.
white-faced ibises are flying over, in tight formation, on their way to roost.
white-faced darter dragonfly.
The white-faced breeds include the Leicester, Border Leicester, Lincoln, Kentish, Cheviot, Ryeland, Devon Longwool, South Devon, Dorset and Somerset Horn, Limestone, Penistone, Exmoor and Roscommon.
Immediately upon entering the trail we were in the midst of a troop of white-faced capuchin monkeys.
The official was a white-faced unemotional man, who went through his duties in a dull mechanical way.
The pierrot is the white-faced clown who is always immaculately dressed, with finely defined make-up.
The green hairstreak butterfly can frequently be seen here and also the rare white-faced darter dragonfly.
Egyptian and Spur-winged Geese were fairly numerous, but we only found one flock of White-faced Ducks.
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