semiwild

semiwild

(ˌsɛmɪˈwaɪld)
adj
(Environmental Science) not fully domesticated; partially tamed or cultivated; having some characteristics of the wild
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It would introduce an inappropriate suburban ambience to the entrance to a park which is valued and visited by many for its superb variety of plant life in a semiwild setting".
paragraph] Meanwhile, below Fort Randall Dam at Pickstown, South Dakota, a 45-mile section of semiwild river flows into Lewis and Clark Lake, created by Gavins Point Dam, near Yankton.
He said: "The dumping of semiwild ponies and horses is causing major problems for communities across Wales and we are confident we are making a start in solving the problem.
As we were about to be served, a semiwild orangutan called Percy tried to swing on board to join us.
Epornitics have often occurred in captive waterfowl or semiwild ducks in parklike settings, and many wildlife professionals conclude that such ducks may be the source of infection for wild waterfowl.
Activity budgets and forage selection of podolian cattle, a semiwild bovine breed.
Genetic diversity and structure in semiwild and domesticated chiles (Capsicum annum; Solanaceae) from Mexico.
vivax has been identified in various monkeys and 1 semiwild chimpanzee (5,9).
The team then played the calls to captive alligators of different genders, one by one, in a water-filled testing arena at the semiwild Anhui Research Center for Chinese Alligator Reproduction in the city of Xuancheng (map).
Genetic diversity of semiwild soybean using SSR markers.
Fewer than 300 of the semiwild ponies live in the Carneddau range in Snowdonia, from which they take their name.