its pelt

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  • When they find one they must kill it through hand-to-hand combat and take its pelt.
  • Only towards evening did I hold its pelt in my hand and home with it I went straightway. Cited from The Poor Plutocrats, by Maurus Jokai
  • In coldest winter its fur turns snow white and its pelt is very valuable. Cited from "Say Fellows--", by Wade C. Smith
  • The hakapik is used because of its efficiency; the animal can be killed quickly without damage to its pelt.
  • In the late 1800s, the rare silver fox was native to the region, and its pelt was highly valued around the world.
  • Hunting of the Tasmanian pademelon is allowed, its pelt having some economic value and its meat being palatable.
  • The yellow-footed rock wallaby is one of the handsomest marsupials and was once killed in large numbers for its pelt.
  • It often pulls its pelt up to its neck, because the pelt protects it with its rubber-like elasticity.
  • White tiger is a tiger with a genetic condition affecting its pelt's pigmentation.
  • Body mass ranges from, head-and-body length from and tail length from, Shoulder height can range from, Its pelt is coloured buff-grey.
  • Like the seal, its pelt has an ebony shimmer, showing silver when blown open, soft black tipped with white, when examined hair by hair. Cited from Vikings of the Pacific, by Agnes C. Laut
  • Mienfoo's chest has a small red band, and its pelt piles around its thighs like a tunic or robe of some sort.
  • The lynx had been torn until its pelt was practically worthless. Cited from Kazan, by James Oliver Curwood
  • Its pelt has the ebony shimmer of seal tipped with silver. Cited from Canada: the Empire of the North, by Agnes C. Laut
  • If a cub receives a dominant "tawny" gene from either parent, its pelt will be tawny.
  • At that time known as the French Silver for its silvery coat, it was once prized for its pelt in spite of the fact that it was a common breed.
  • One of our dog-drivers stunned it and covered it with a mound of snow in order to protect its pelt from other animals, so that when the unknown trapper came along he would find his prize in good order. Cited from The Drama of the Forests, by Arthur Heming
  • It flashed upon him that he might have watched the lynx, one of the night pirates of all this strange wilderness, and that its pelt, at this season, would be worthless. Cited from The Gold Hunters, by James Oliver Curwood
  • It is theorized that this sloth, in common with other Antillean sloths, was killed off by humans seeking its pelt and meat.
  • Zibeline can also refer to either the sable (Martes zibellina) or its pelt, which zibeline was originally made from.
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