yellow-spotted


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Adj.1.yellow-spotted - having yellow spots
patterned - having patterns (especially colorful patterns)
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The yellow-spotted python was secured in a plastic drum when brought to the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Centre (NAPWC) on North Avenue, according to NAPWC's National Wildlife Rescue Center (NWRC) which held custody of the snake during a simple turnover ceremony.
If you watch bees foraging on horse chestnuts, they nearly always go to the yellow-spotted flowers, not the flowers with the pink spot which have been pollinated so won't have a reward.
In 2010, the yellow-spotted bell frog (Litoria castanea), which was presumed to be extinct, was rediscovered in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia.
Washington, March 11(ANI): Scientists have found a new frog species in Papua New Guinea, which undergoes a "striking" change from a black, yellow-spotted youngster to a peach-colored, blue-eyed adult.
The Yellow-spotted Bell Frog (Litoria castanea) was discovered by scientists in the southern tablelands, a rural region about 500 kilometers southwest of Sydney.
From a cottontail rabbit, who raises five tiny kits, to a yellow-spotted salamander, to a raccoon mother, milk snakes, and more, each inhabitant finds safety and security while they need it, yet each has to move on when the time comes.
Their yellow-spotted black bodies thrash about in a mating frenzy.