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pelican

large aquatic piscivorous birds with large bills and commodious sub-bill pouches, and white or gray plumage. Belong to the genus Pelecanus in the family Pelecanidae.
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A variety of densities and material compositions are available, as Pelican believes that precise fitting of spare parts and tools is key to mitigating any potential damage from foreign objects.
2 kg, the normal average weight for immature brown pelicans in the area.
Each Pelican case comes with multiple foam inserts that can be cut to hold a specific firearm or equipment.
Ninjalike as pelican spiders are, they're not the stuff of nightmares.
Based in Deland, Florida, Pelican started operations in a garage and quickly tapped into consumers' growing awareness of the importance of water purity for health and wellness.
8220;When people begin trying to get their estate in order, it's so important to be aware of these common mistakes that can create major issues down the road,” said Frank Ragonese, Founder of Pelican Wealth Advisors, LLC.
For young people wanting a shorter tall ship trip, Pelican will also make a Titanic Commemoration cruise from Weymouth to Liverpool, Belfast and back, on April 8-15.
Once endangered by the chemical DDT, brown pelicans on the Oregon Coast now face a new threat: the human food they are increasingly begging and scavenging for.
US beverage alcohol brand management company Pelican Brands said on Monday it had agreed to take over beer and wine producer Napa Smith Brewery & Winery in California, for an undisclosed sum.
That's a vast improvement from decades ago, when brown pelican numbers dwindled Gulf-wide because the pesticide DDT weakened their egg shells.
She noted that the pelican appears on the Louisiana license plate--in fact, it's the state bird.
SYKES, Gordon Pelican Pell Finds New Friends Delphian, 2009 unpaged $27.