macropod


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macropod

members of the family Macropodidae; includes kangaroo, wallaby.
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Previous research has suggested that macropod microbiomes might possess unique protozoa, bacteria and archaea (single-celled organisms in the Archaea taxonomic domain).
Officer (1984: 33) recorded two macropod feet and two emu feet in the Campbelltown Area of western Sydney while an unspecified animal foot stencil from Cobar has been reported (McCarthy 1976).
They are the most common macropod species in Tropical coastal Australia.
PAST MASTER: Volume Products' Mark Partridge with the firm's first major product, the Macropod
But here's the kicker: Before this month, you could get this cuddly reddish brown macropod with oversized feet only in Australia.
Contract awarded for annually the macropod management unit conducts aerial surveys throughout queensland to estimate the population size of commercially harvested macropods.
He added that it would be a tragedy if the small cousins of the kangaroo would join the seven macropod species -- marsupials with large feet and powerful hind feet -- listed as extinct.
Volume's first product, a mobile lockable office - The Macropod - was so well received at the London Workplace 01 exhibition, it won the prize for best product in the show.
While we sat there overlooking the river, I recorded Kalarriya singing several macropod morrdjdjanjno and our following conversation:
At Devil's Lair three beads made from polished segments of macropod fibulae found in different stratigraphic horizons are dated to between about 12 000 and 19 000 BP (Dortch 1979).
In Australia, burrowing bettongs (Bettongia lesueur), a small macropod marsupial the size of rabbits, now extinct on the mainland, were thought to structure the vegetation over large areas of Acacia shrubland (mulga) (Noble 1999, Noble et al.
More importantly, it might not take more than a few seconds for any smart web-savvy netizen to find out that the picture used in the fake story is actually the photo of a newborn, furless macropod (a kangaroo) as shown on (http://www.