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“Siva is therefore also known as the blue-throated One (Neelakantha) and Vishakantha (the One bearing poison in His throat).”
“The forest islands provide critical habitats for many species of plants and animals, including the nesting sites for the endemic blue-throated macaw.”
“The most notable bird of the Llanos de Moxos is the endangered blue-throated macaw (Ara glaucogularis), a forest island specialist that feeds primarily on the fruits of Attalea and Acrocomia palms and which occurs nowhere else on Earth.”
“The highest survival rates were seen in the induced progeny types–yellow-throated lizards of both sexes with barred backs, orange-throated males with striped backs, and blue-throated females with striped backs.”
“Orange-throated males are highly aggressive and usurp territory from other lizards; yellow-throated males sneak into the territories of other males to mate with females; and blue-throated males form partnerships and cooperate to protect their territories.”
“Then Brahman made over that sharp weapon to the blue-throated Rudra who has for the device on his banner the foremost of bulls, for enabling him to put down irreligion and sin.”
“The blue-throated Rudra, having agitated them thus, laughed aloud, and whirling the horn of his bow, paralysed them.”
“Thou art robed in skins; thou hast red hair on thy head; thou art blue-throated; thou art unbearable; thou art irresistible!”
“Maheswara held it in his throat, and it is said that from that time he is called Nilakantha (blue-throated).”
“And the spot which the king reached swarmed with bees inebriate with floral honey, and echoed with the mellifluous notes of the blue-throated jay and was shaded by Saptacchadas and punnagas and”
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