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In many classes of vertebrates, such as fish and amphibians, the three parts remain similar in size in the adult, but in mammals the forebrain becomes much larger than the other parts, and the midbrain becomes very small.
In Europe, grilled meat and smoked fish generally only contribute a small proportion of dietary PAH intake since they are a minor component of diet – most intake comes from cereals, oils and fats.
They feed on crustaceans, fish, squid, and other small marine life.
Belgian journalist Jo Gérard has claimed that a family manuscript dated 1781 recounts that potatoes were deep-fried prior to 1680 in what was then the Spanish Netherlands and is now present-day Belgium, in the Meuse valley: " The inhabitants of Namur, Andenne, and Dinant, had the custom of fishing in the Meuse for small fish and frying, especially among the poor, but when the river was frozen and fishing became hazardous, they cut potatoes in the form of small fish and put them in a fryer like those here ".
The diet of foxes is largely made up of invertebrates and small mammals, reptiles ( such as snakes ), amphibians, scorpions, grasses, berries, fruit, fish, birds, eggs, dung beetles, insects and all other kinds of small animals.
Guinea-Bissau exports fish and seafood along with small amounts of peanuts, palm kernels, and timber.
The 1997 catch was 10, 518 tons, mainly marine fish with some small amounts of crustaceans and molluscs.
These studies demonstrated quite clearly that C. alleganiensis feeds primarily on crayfish and small fish.
Some standard osōzai or dishes feature stir fried Japanese greens with age or ( dried small fish, young sardines ).
A kipper is a whole herring, a small, oily fish, that has been split from tail to head, gutted, salted or pickled, and cold smoked.
On 24 August 2011, Marcus Atkinson, a local Loch Ness boat skipper, photographed a sonar image of a long 5 ft wide unidentified object which was apparently following his boat for two minutes at a depth of 75 ft. Atkinson ruled out the possibility of any small fish or seal being what he believed to be the Loch Ness Monster.
Expecting to find a small fish population, the researchers caught twenty fish in one catch, increasing previous estimates of the loch's fish population about ninefold.
These birds feed by hunting fish, squid and other small sea animals, for which they travel and dive quite extensively.
When recently flooded the lake is almost fresh and native fresh water fish, including bony bream ( Nematolosa erebi ), the Lake Eyre Basin sub-species of golden perch ( Macquaria ambigua ) and various small hardyhead species ( Craterocephalus spp.
This includes a variety of native fish such as the famous Murray cod, trout cod, golden perch, Macquarie perch, silver perch, eel-tailed catfish, Australian smelt and western carp gudgeon, to name a few, and other aquatic species like the Murray short-necked turtle, Murray River crayfish, broad-clawed yabbies and the large clawed Macrobrachium shrimp, as well as aquatic species more widely distributed through south-eastern Australia such as common long-necked turtles, common yabbies, the small claw-less Paratya shrimp, water rats and Platypus.
This is important to scientists and fishermen because they are discovering that by restricting commercial fishing in one small area they can have a large impact in maintaining a healthy fish population in a much larger area far away.
Manatees have been known to eat small amounts of fish from nets.
3 km south of Megara is a small community called Pachi, which is famous for its fish tavernas and is visited by people from all over ancient Greece.
Percopsiformes is a small order of ray-finned fish, comprising the trout-perch and its allies.

small and known
Both of them had known the feeling of the small life in her waiting, ready, for the two of them to run up her sails.
The number of neutrons, N, is known as the neutron number of the atom ; thus, A = Z + N. Since protons and neutrons have approximately the same mass ( and the mass of the electrons is negligible for many purposes ), and the mass defect is usually very small compared to the mass, the atomic mass of an atom is roughly equal to A.
They are also known to feed on other insects, larvae, and eggs, and occasionally small mammals and birds.
Also, an oversight in the small saucer's programming gave rise to a popular strategy known as " lurking " — because the saucer could only shoot directly at the player's position on the screen, the player could " hide " at the opposite end of the screen and shoot across the screen boundary, while remaining relatively safe.
In 1909, Hans Geiger and Ernest Marsden, under the direction of physicist Ernest Rutherford, bombarded a sheet of gold foil with alpha rays — by then known to be positively charged helium atoms — and discovered that a small percentage of these particles were deflected through much larger angles than was predicted using Thomson's proposal.
The Bruce and its copies, known generically as " claws ", have become a popular option for small boaters.
In Central Italy, many small rural communes still cluster at the base of a fortified habitation known as La Rocca of the commune.
His pattern was unusually small, but he also made a wider model now known as the " Grand Amati ", which have become his most sought-after violins.
Members of the southeast Asian planthopper genus Ancyra are well known for having a pair of prolonged filaments at the tips of the forewings that arise near a pair of small glossy spots ; this creates the impression of a pair of antennae, with corresponding " eyes " ( a remarkable case of automimicry ).
If a ) testimonies conflict one another, b ) there are a small number of witnesses, c ) the speaker has no integrity, d ) the speaker is overly hesitant or bold, or e ) the speaker is known to have motives for lying, then the epistemologist has reason to be skeptical of the speaker's claims.
The Diamondbacks are also known for the " Hometown Tour ", held in January, where selected players, management and broadcasters make public appearances, hold autograph signings, etc., in various locations around Phoenix and Tucson, as well as many small and mid-sized towns in other areas of Arizona.
Classical Arab music is extremely popular across the population, especially a small number of superstars known throughout the Arab world.
The arctic fox ( Vulpes lagopus, formerly known as Alopex lagopus ), also known as the white fox, polar fox or snow fox, is a small fox native to Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere and is common throughout the Arctic tundra biome.
Common restoranes or restaurantes and rotiserias nearly anywhere in Argentina today serve ( into the small hours ) quickly prepared meals that in the course of the 20th century came to be known as minutas, " short-order dishes.
An early by-product, however, was the Mahagonny-Songspiel, sometimes known as Das kleine Mahagonny, a concert work for voices and small orchestra commissioned by the Deutsche Kammermusik Festival in Baden-Baden and premiered there on 18 July 1927.
Mitochondrial proteins known as SMACs ( small mitochondria-derived activator of caspases ) are released into the cytosol following an increase in permeability.
With the Lombard invasion of Italy it was annexed to the Duchy of Benevento, until it was finally destroyed by the Byzantines of Constans II in 663, reducing to a small hamlet known as Quintodecimo ( referring to its distance of 15 miles from Benevento ).
The relatively small number of atomic absorption lines ( compared to atomic emission lines ) and their narrow width ( a few pm ) make spectral overlap rare ; there are only very few examples known that an absorption line from one element will overlap with another.
One method of modification known as wire-modding involves connecting the appropriate CPU pins on the CPU socket with small lengths of wire to select the appropriate multiplier.
Different bookmakers may offer different odds on the same outcome of a given event ; by taking the best odds offered by each bookmaker, a customer can under some circumstances cover all possible outcomes of the event and lock a small risk-free profit, known as a Dutch book.
In West Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean early copper zinc alloys are now known in small numbers from a number of third Millennium BC sites in the Aegean, Iraq, the United Arab Emirates, Kalmykia, Turkmenistan and Georgia and from 2nd Millennium BC sites in West India, Uzbekistan, Iran, Syria, Iraq and Israel.
Recent excavations at the Viking harbor town of Fröjel, Gotland in Sweden have revealed a small number of rock crystal lenses known as the Visby lenses.
Many biological molecules are polymers: in this terminology, monomers are relatively small micromolecules that are linked together to create large macromolecules, which are known as polymers.
The oldest known bubble tea consisted of a mixture of hot Taiwanese black tea, small tapioca pearls ( 粉圓 ), condensed milk, and syrup ( 糖漿 ) or honey.

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