- v. Simple past tense and past participle of nape.
“Mystery bird: blue-naped mousebird, Urocolius macrourus”
“The first chick is being raised by an experienced pair of white-naped cranes, and the second chick is being raised by first-time parents that include its biological mother.”
“National Zoo officials announced Wednesday that two rare white-naped crane chicks hatched at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal.”
“White-naped cranes are large birds that typically grow about four feet tall and weigh about 12 pounds.”
“They should have been naped off the planet a long time ago.”
“Good luck not falling in love with the adorable 10-day-old cheetah cub Kiburi, an orphaned white-naped mangabey monkey or the baby Olive Ridley turtle setting off toward the sea.”
“This year we had a Rusty-naped Cuckoo drop in and then continue on when he wasn't answered.”
“Species include black-naped fruit pigeon Ptilinopus melanospila, large brown cuckoo dove Macropygia phasianella, emerald dove Chalcophaps indica, collared kingfisher Halcyon chloris and yellow-vented bulbul Pycnonotus goiavier.”
“Every now and then I would look up and watch the birds coming to the fruiting fig tree - Green Imperial and Pied Imperial and Pink-necked Pigeons, Red-eyed Bulbuls, Black-naped Orioles, Asian Glossy Starlings.”
“The Palawan peacock-pheasant, blue-headed racquet-tail, Philippine cockatoos (Cacatua haematuropygia), and blue-naped parrots (Tanygnathus lucionensis) apparently are suffering greatly from the pet trade.”
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