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More enigmatic is the axolotl's appearance in Eyeless in Gaza, where it symbolizes not immaturity but the unrealized potential to achieve complete maturity.
Here, we present a description of an eyeless morphotype of the southern stingray based on six specimens caught by the coastal small-scale fishery of the southern Gulf of Mexico, collected during sampling surveys at the San Pedro and Chiltepec ports in Tabasco, Mexico (Fig.
Eyeless animals maintain nocturnal activity in light-dark, but lose rhythmicity in constant darkness
Its powerful impact, created by the integration of sight and sound, is highlighted by a comparison with a vision of ghosts in Sassoon's poem "Prelude: The Troops": "O my brave brown companions, when your souls / Flock silently away, and the eyeless dead / Shame the wild beast of battle on the ridge, / Death will stand grieving in that field of war / Since your unvanquished hardihood is spent" (129).
It was a deflating end for the the eyeless arachnid's supporters, who had been in the dark for the 20 years since Cicurina wartoni was first listed as a candidate for endangered species protection.
PYONGYANG (CyHAN)- A giant flying squirrel, a skydiving gecko and an eyeless cave-dwelling spider are among the 367 new species that have been discovered in the Greater Mekong region in the past two years, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said in a statement on Thursday.
While wolf spiders in general are known for their sharp eyesight, the Kauai wolf spider is eyeless, relying exclusively on touch--its sensitive hairs allow it to track prey.
The tumor had ravaged Amy's face, causing her lips to protrude and her forehead to swell above eyeless sockets.
With my two lives I waltz a perfect circle, one an eyeless begging tiger, the other floats down the Hoi An river, a pledge to the dead more than the living.
When I try to envisage the TV audience, I picture a huge, gaping, dispassionate, eyeless maw quietly moaning for food.
Furthermore, this response was not demonstrated by eyeless tadpoles or tadpoles that did not receive any electrical shock.
Some figures -- some one-eyed, others eyeless -- "gaze" straight ahead, clustered in such close proximity to one another that they resemble people less than a forest of poles mounted with ritual masks or totems, elongated amulets protecting an unknown entity.