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“Three other breeding species are endemic to the Tristan-Gough islands: great shearwater Puffinus gravis (2 million pairs), Atlantic yellow-nosed mollyhawk Thalassarche chlororhyncos (1,000 pairs) and Atlantic petrel Pterodroma incerta (VU).”
“Too large to fall prey to cats, the primary threat to the yellow-nosed albatross is mortality from longline fishing.”
“The fighters, yellow-nosed Messerschmitts, Goering's hand-picked fighter boys, came at us, guns hazing.”
“You saw them tear open iron shutters, batter down doors, smash windows and do other things to make a path for the writhing, white-bodied, yellow-nosed snakes that uncoiled from the engine and were carried wriggling in where the flames lapped along baseboard and floor-beams.”
“This is the property of the tiny, yellow-nosed Apes who abound in these districts, and who store up the mulberry-jam for their food in winter, when they mix it with pellucid pale periwinkle-soup, and serve it out in wedgewood china-bowls, which grow freely all over that part of the country.”
“Only one of the yellow-nosed Apes was on the spot, and he was fast asleep; yet the four travellers and the Quangle-Wangle and Pussy were so terrified by the violence and sanguinary sound of his snoring, that they merely took a small cupful of the jam, and returned to re-embark in their boat without delay.”
“An emaciated yellow-nosed albatross, typically found in the Southern Hemisphere, was found in eastern Ontario over the weekend.”
“They knew how many fingers 'bats have (five), what kind of animals they are (mammals), could name a species when given a description (like Kingston's favorite, the yellow-nosed, yellow-eared Rhinolophus trifoliatus).”
“THE GORILLA MAN AS THE STRANGE yellow-nosed object hurtled toward the Sky Queen, Tom went into action.”
“Just as the worst seemed over, a yellow-nosed Messerschmitt dove from twelve o’clock high straight at Tibbets’s plane on what appeared to be a collision course….”
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