Washington, August 25 (ANI): Scientists have discovered a previously unknown species of predatory crustaceans in the Canary Islands, which have a head equipped with long antennae for eyes, powerful prehensile
limbs and poisonous fangs.
They are weirdly cute little creatures, with long black snouts, flickering snakelike tongues, prehensile
tails, beady eyes and goofy-looking ears.
Gifted with long limbs and prehensile
feet, she seems born to dance the master's repertoire.
All our winning guy has to have -- to beat out the millions of other guys competing -- is to like watching videos of hot girls talking about themselves, a cell phone, and prehensile
thumbs to bang out obsessively quick text-message answers about the Heavy Hottie of their dreams.
The opener, Prehensile
Dream, is classic Bad Plus stuff.
One of them gazed placidly at us from about 6 feet away, then leaned over the fence to chew on a bush, unleashing its long, black, prehensile
When he grows up, he files down his horns to fit better into his new life among humans--as if everyone would forget he is a 7-foot red demon with a prehensile
tail and an enormous stone forearm.
In Houdon's Roman years we get our first glimpse of one of Houdon's most remarkable traits and what was to be one of the most powerful weapons in his creative arsenal: what you might call his prehensile
In one of his poetical statements, he speaks admiringly of Chinese poems which "open themselves with such clarity of mind and such freedom from prehensile
conceptual imposition .
Or, if we withdraw the gorilla because he's bigger, compare the aggressiveness of a man with that of some of the smaller primates--for instance, the charming and cuddly-looking woolly monkey of South America, who, if he takes offense, will hurtle from a treetop onto your shoulders, get a stranglehold on your throat with his prehensile
tail, and claw at your face and eyes while hammering his sharp canine teeth repeatedly into the top of your skull.
The thumb endures half of the workload of the prehensile
hand and is therefore subject to all forms of arthritic changes.
Their eyes are developed for night vision and their prehensile
tails also function in part as a rudder for their jumps from branch to branch.