Several breeds of pigeons are gaining popularity these days including those locally known as the teddy, golden, red- eyed, white-eyed
, Ferozpuri and Sialkoti, French and white pigeon etc
Both kids catch a mysterious white-eyed
figure looking at them, who turns out to be a vampire!
At present, there is no limit for fishing in Azerbaijan, with the exception of pikeperch, white-eyed
carp, silver carp, trout, Caspian trout, swordfish, roach and others.
They apparently worked, but one critic still compared them to the white-eyed
kids in the film Children of the Damned The AA welcomed the idea at the time, with a note of caution on possible vandalism, especially at night.
vireo (Vireo griseus) is an abundant vireo that breeds throughout the southeastern United States (DeGraaf and Rappole, 1995).
Who will forget the white-eyed
, screaming tentacled monster in Dragon's Domain, who chewed up and spat out humans, leaving realisticlooking dead bodies.
Some of the popular migratory birds visiting the region are waterfowls, goose, shoveller, red-crested pochard, white-eyed
pochard, common teal, mallard, pintail, gadwall, wigeon, coot and graylag.
With her faithful dog Sandy by her side, cartoonist Harold Gray's white-eyed
, curly-redheaded urchin had battled poverty, thieves, spies, and crooked politicians since 1925.
Sequence analysis of the envelope gene of the stork isolate showed almost complete identity with isolates from Israeli domestic geese in 1998 and 1999 and from a nonmigrating, white-eyed
gull in 1999.
Our genes are 96.4 percent convergent with the orangutan of Borneo, 99.7 percent identical to the gorilla, and 98.4 percent the same as two species of chimpanzee - a genetic distance of 1.6 percent, substantially less than two closely related bird species, the red-eyed and white-eyed
vireos, who have a genetic distance of 2.9 percent.
They used mutant medflies that, thanks to a genetic whim of nature, have white eyes and normally produce white-eyed
In 1910 Morgan, still working with fruit flies (see 1907), noted a white-eyed
male fly among a mass of ordinary red-eyed ones.