Definición de ringtail en inglés:

ringtail

Silabificación: ring·tail
Pronunciación: /ˈriNGˌtāl
 
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  • 1Any of a number of mammals or birds having a tail marked with a ring or rings, in particular.
  • 1.1A ring-tailed cat or lemur.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The mammals the researchers studied were the platypus, echidna, opossum, wallaby, hedgehog, mouse, rat, rabbit, cow, pig, bat, tree shrew, colugo, ringtail lemur, and humans.
    • The ringtail lemur, of course, has a beautiful ring tail that they hold up to locate each other in the rain forest.
    • The action centered on a longsuffering canine and a ringtail cat with a love of baubles and a habit of causing havoc for his partner.
  • 1.2A female hen harrier or related harrier.
  • 1.3A golden eagle up to its third year.
  • 2 (also ringtail or ring-tailed possum) A nocturnal tree-dwelling Australian possum that habitually curls its prehensile tail into a ring or spiral.
    • Genus Pseudocheirus and other genera, family Petauridae: several species, in particular the common ringtail (P. peregrinus), of southern Australia and Tasmania
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    • Three species of arboreal marsupials are able to subsist on a diet solely of Eucalyptus foliage: the common ringtail possum, the greater glider and the koala.
    • Tree dwelling, leaf-eating species such as the tree kangaroo and the ring-tailed possum were found to be quite resilient.
    • Common ringtail possums are strictly nocturnal so food was offered at 1800 and removed between 0500 and 0800 the next day.

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