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Lion Ears and Tail

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CHINESE NEW YEAR – February 14th
CHINESE NEW YEAR – February 14th The dance is performed by one fellow holding the lion's head with both hands and another bowing low and hunching his back at the lion's tail.

Fitness meets tradition as the Jow Ga Kung Fu group performs dragon and lion ...
They have more to work with — a string to make the eyes blink, the ears to flap, an elastic band around your waist for the tail movement — and you can do

Let There Be Highlights!
Made from natural bamboo and organic cotton fleece, each BamBoo Bear has corduroy ears, a tail and paw pads made from naturally grown hemp and organic

Not tantamount to a catamount
Aside from the overall size difference, the bobcat's tail is short (hence the name), its ears are tufted and pointy, and its coat is spotted with dark brown

Children's Book Reviews: 1/11/2010
Sandy is a lion Greg has drawn in the sand, and because Greg hasn't lifted the stick with which he has drawn Sandy's long, long tail (circling, as he goes,

“…friends and heroes…”
If I had the great one's ear –that is if I had access to even one of Christie's distinguished ears- I would whisper into that ear some good sense to the

Wiebo Ludwig: A report from the front.
Another day, Mrs. Everton, heading home on a lonely stretch of road, suddenly spotted a white van with BC plates appear out of nowhere and hang on her tail;

Dog helps researcher track animals in the wild

LOUIS (AP) -- Train, a 12-year-old Chesapeake Bay retriever from St. Louis, has been at the center of a wildlife conservation research team for about a decade, but he's more focused on something else: his tennis ball. Train is a conservation detection dog, one of the more unusual research tools for tracking elusive animals in the wild, and works alongside Washington University biology researcher Karen DeMatteo. The two have spent years on projects aimed at tracking carnivores in a biologically important stretch of Argentina and monitoring mountain lions in the U. S, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. Train's work uses something most dogs do naturally: sniffing out poop.

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