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Make sure to keep pet feeders and water in the center of the room, and if you have a toddler, don’t treat along baseboards.

Finally, it is briefly worth mentioning the tangled taxonomics of the Eastern hedgehog ( E. concolor ); various authors have argued either that it is a distinct species, or that it is a subspecies of E .  europaeus . In his Mammals of the Palaearctic (published ten years before his hedgehog taxonomy review), Gordon Corbet listed 40 ‘forms’ of Erinaceus europaeus , classifiable into nine probable subspecies; among these subspecies was E. europaeus concolor ( concolor being Latin for 'of uniform colour'). The results of a chromosome analysis, however, presented as a short paper to the journal Nature in April 1967  by biologists at the Pathologisches Institut der Universität Bonn in Germany, was the first genetic evidence -- of which I am aware -- to suggest that Eastern and Western hedgehogs were different species.  Subsequent to the this Nature paper, in 1978 Nils Mandahl presented data that not only supported the species split, but showed that the karyotype (basically an organized profile of an organism’s chromosomes) of the Eastern and Western hedgehogs can be divided into two and three “races”, respectively. Mandahl’s subjects included two Western animals collected from southern England, both of which showed a karyotype distinct from his other samples (collected from Germany, Poland and Scandinavia); he named this karyotype WIII. Subsequent analysis of the bone marrow from a hedgehog caught by a trap in Aberdeen (UK) by Jeremy Searle and I. Erskine concluded that the karyotype was most readily classified as WIII, suggesting this race may be widespread in Britain.

    The Book of the Giants was published in not less than six or seven languages. From the original Syriac the Greek and Middle Persian versions were made. The Sogdian edition was probably derived from the Middle Persian, the Uygur from the Sogdian. There is no trace of a Parthian text. 4 The book may have existed in Coptic. The presence of names such as Sām and Narīmān in the Arabic version proves that it had been translated from the Middle Persian. To the few surviving fragments (texts A-G) I have added two excerpts, the more important of which (H) probably derives from a Syriac epitome of the book. Naturally, Manichæan authors quoted the book frequently, but there is only one direct citation by a non-Manichæan writer (text O). With the exception of text O, all the passages referring to the Book of the Giants (texts J-T) go back to Syriac writings (apparently). They are, therefore, to be treated as quotations from the Syriac edition. the Parthian text N is not the product of a Parthian writer who might have employed a Parthian version of the book, but was translated from a Syriac treatise whose author cited the Syriac text.

As we all know, spring in our region of the country has been a particularly wet one. Lakes, ponds, and streams are full; and the ground is a soggy ...

She revealed last year's campmates once went to bed at around 4pm - thinking it was much later - and had to be told it wasn't nighttime.

This webpage is for Dr. Wheeler's literature students, and it offers introductory survey information concerning the literature of classical China, classical Rome ...

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