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  • A deer mouse stands with forepaws clasped, a soulful-looking grizzly peers across a stream, and a gray jay picks at a half-eaten salmon lying in the snow, one perhaps caught by the same grizzly we see elsewhere loping after spawning chum, its fur shagged with ice.

    Photo-Op: Yukon Ho

  • This is also the animal that will leave you half-eaten mice beside your bed so that you can step in mouseguts when you get up in the morning - and then be baffled by your inability to understand the concept of that present.

    Pet story… at SF Novelists

  • If you leave the crime scene with a bag full of diamonds and then dispose of the bags on the road leading out of the city, make sure you don't leave your half-eaten sandwich in one of them.

    Hail to the Thieves: Famous Heists We Love

  • While all of them are funny in their own way, we especially like the little blond girl's reaction to her half-eaten sandwich gift.

    Jimmy Kimmel's 'I Gave My Kid A Terrible Present' YouTube Challenge (VIDEO)

  • Eat the chicken, not the paper, he said, waving the half-eaten chicken and bun in her face before putting it down on the wrapper and then sliding it toward her.

    Are We The Dining Dead?

  • Being it as my family owns 23 acres of land I had no problem in trying to reduce their population, which has gotten out of hand in Connecticut (there have been over 6 attacks on pet dogs, 2 in my town, let alone all the dead cats I find half-eaten on my property).

    The Coyote--to Shoot or Not to Shoot. That is the Question.

  • He came across a tiny calf, probably only a day old or so, that appeared to have been killed and half-eaten by coyotes.

    The Coyote--to Shoot or Not to Shoot. That is the Question.

  • She was a guest blogger contributing her thoughts about minimizing food waste by challenging herself to use up the half-eaten contents of her fridge.

    The Meat Not Eaten

  • Dusty gold wing of a half-eaten moth — so slender it wriggled in, hid under a cloth.

    Viewshed

  • I even feel sorry for him, sitting in the trash half-eaten.

    DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE • by Doug Paul Case

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