ram's-horn

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ram's-horn

[ˈræmzhɔːn] Ncuerno m de carnero
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From October 1, the pool frog, along with the lesser whirlpool ram's-horn snail and the Fisher's estuarine moth, will be protected against being killed, taken, injured, disturbed, owned or sold or having their resting or breeding places destroyed.
FOR the whole of the month of Ellul, up to the day before Rosh Hashanna (the New Year), Jews blow the ram's-horn shofar.
Eggs from the flatworm are shed into channel catfish ponds, where they hatch and form larvae that infect an intermediate host, the ram's-horn snail, Planorbella trivolvis.
A ram's-horn snail typically measures slightly more than one-third of an inch across.
He says credit can also be given to Asian black carp, which have been used to eat ram's-horn snails.
Ram's-horn Snail A ram's-horn snail shell looks exactly like a mountain sheep's curled horn.
Ram's-horn, Malaysian and plant snails love vegetables too, but they are especially good at eating dead and decaying plants in your aquarium.
Also readable are "On the Same Wavelength," which discusses the marketing theories behind Princess Leia's "ram's-horn coils" and Mia Farrow's close crop; and "Einstein in Hollywood," which recounts a reluctant physicist's daylong unsentimental journey through Studioland.
The Shining Ram's-Horn Snail on the 37p value is at risk because its natural home, damp drainage ditches, and the wet grasslands on which it grazed, have been disappearing fast.