English to Arabic Meaning :: bandicoot

Bandicoot :
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Noun(1) any of various agile ratlike terrestrial marsupials of Australia and adjacent islands; insectivorous and herbivorous

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(1) The threatened animals include birds such as the ground parrot and eastern quoll and marsupials such as the Eastern barred bandicoot and Tasmanian devil.(2) The bandicoot family comprised eleven main species within Australia, two of which are now extinct.(3) It can be found today in just about every mammal, from human to elephant to bandicoot .(4) It is eventually retrieved with the help of a lion and a little-known creature called a bandicoot .(5) This marsupial family includes 4 genera and 10 species of bandicoots and bilbies.(6) Paralysis ticks normally live on native animals such as bandicoots and echidnas.(7) Bilbies, or rabbit eared bandicoots , are attractive little marsupials with long rabbit-like ears and beautiful silky blue-grey fur and long well furred tails.(8) As Gondwana broke up, the link was broken, and the Australasian marsupials evolved in isolation, giving rise to the modern groups of koalas, bandicoots , wombats, and kangaroos.(9) Most paralysis ticks lodge onto passing indigenous species (possums, bandicoots , kangaroos) that are immune to their toxins.(10) Agile wallabies graze on the lawns and bandicoots scamper across the paths then off into the paperbarks.(11) Of course this brought the local bandicoots out of their lairs where they otherwise spend their time to eat roots, shoots and leaves.(12) Pig-footed bandicoots were never common, although the species was rather widespread.(13) The diet of bandicoots and bilbies is made up mostly of insects, but they also eat lots of plant material, and sometimes also rodents and lizards.(14) This area is known for the small bandicoots and all the little animals and the lizards and everything like that, so we'll drag in some old logs and make it a real natural area for animals.(15) For example, levels that take place in cold climates will typically make the bandicoots shiver uncontrollably.(16) Possums and bandicoots were hunted for food and skins.
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