Wild animals collectively; the native fauna (and sometimes flora) of a region,
Wild animals collectively; the native fauna (and sometimes flora) of a region
all living things (except people) that are undomesticated; "chemicals could kill all the wildlife"
Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative.
WILDLIFE! is the alias of Swiss DJ and music producer Samuel Riot (born Samuel Reinhard, September 10th, 1980 in Bern, Switzerland). He first came to public attention for his musical productions on Terry Lynn's debut-album Kingstonlogic 2.0.
Wildlife is the second collaboration between Anthony Phillips and Joji Hirota. The album is culled from recordings made between 1994 and 2000 when Anthony and Joji collaborated on a number of soundtracks for wildlife television programmes in the British Survival series. ...
Wildlife is an EP produced by British heavy metal band, Girlschool and published only in Europe. It was released in 1982 by Bronze Records as a launch for the album Screaming Blue Murder. ...
Wildlife is the third album by the band Mott the Hoople.
animals living and plants growing in their natural environment; members of a college fraternity; Wild animals, excluding fish.^; Wild animals.^^^
Living things that are neither human nor domesticated, commonly used to refer to fauna.
A broad term that includes nondomesticated vertebrates, especially mammals, birds and fish.
Wild animals; wild birds; all fish found in inland fishing waters; and inland game fish. Unless the context clearly requires otherwise, the definitions of wildlife, wildlife resources, wild animals, wild birds, fish, and the like are deemed to include species normally wild, or indistinguishable ...
Mammals and birds, game and non-game species that are not domesticated.
all native species of plants and animals, including invertebrates and micro-organisms.
For the purposes of Michigan's Wildlife Action Plan (WAP), 'wildlife' is defined as 'any species of wild, free-ranging animal, including, but not limited to, mussels, snails, crayfish, insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. ...
The seagulls, crabs, and billions of disease-carrying microbes that visit the beach do so for the same reason that people do—to eat sand. Although federal law prevents poachers from taking sand off the beach, there's nothing stopping you and your family from eating all the sand you want. ...
Free-living animals of native, non-indigenous or feral species including captive-bred animals and those captured from free-living populations.
Many animal species are native to Rwanda. These include lions, elephants, buffaloes, zebras, gorillas, hippopotami, warthogs, rhinoceroses, and many varieties of gazelle, snakes, and fish.
Unrestrained animals in their native habitat. Usually includes mammals and birds, and in the Wildlife Crossings Toolkit also includes reptiles and amphibians, but generally excludes fish.
for the purposes of this Plan, the term "wildlife" includes any non-domesticated mammal, fish, bird, amphibian, reptile, mollusk, crustacean, arthropod and other invertebrate or plant.
Plants, animals, and microbes that live independently of humans; plants, animals, and microbes that are not domesticated.
raptors, threatened species, endangered species, game animals, and other species of vertebrates prescribed as wildlife by regulation.
weekdays you will usually see some wild critters, weekends you'll see the two-legged ones in the canoes.
any animal that is not tamed or domesticated
Wild animals including birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, and invertebrates.
" includes any animal, bees, butterflies, crustacean, fish and moths; and aquatic or land vegetation which forms part of any habitat;