macropus

IPA: mækroʊpʌs

Root Word: Macropus

noun

  • a marsupial genus in the family Macropodidae.

Examples of "macropus" in Sentences

  • Dr. Smith macropus elegans, and are very rare on the east coast.
  • At the head of the flying troop was a male five feet high, a magnificent specimen of the macropus giganteus, an “old man,” as the bushmen say.
  • At the head of the flying troop was a male five feet high, a magnificent specimen of the macropus giganteus, an "old man," as the bushmen say.
  • A young kangaroo (macropus fuliginosus) investigates the world from its mother's pouch in the zoo in Basel, Switzerland, Wednesday, March 11, 2009.
  • Kangaroos were in very great numbers: our dogs took four; they were of that species called by Dr. Smith macropus elegans, and are very rare on the east coast.
  • My fall BIOS independent studies student, Raymond Deckel is investigating just how small a hole Octopus macropus can fit through as well as how long it takes them to squeeze through different sizes of holes.
  • The sloths and armadilloes, -- little fitted by nature for long journeys, -- would have required to be ferried across the Atlantic to the regions in which the remains of the megatherium and glyptodon lie entombed; the kangaroo and wombat, to the insulated continent that contains the bones of the extinct macropus and phalcolomys; and the New

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