Example Sentences

  • Wolverines are the largest land-dwelling members of the weasel family.

  • If dinosaurs existed at the time of the Flood, then the land-dwelling air-breathing varieties would have drowned in the flood just like all the other land-dwelling air-breathing critters.

  • The discovery undermines a theory that gained ground in the 1980s, which claims that land-dwelling dinosaurs died out long before an asteroid slammed into the planet to produce what is known as the Chicxulub crater on the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico.

  • But it turned out to be an unexpected joy right from the first page: richly and sensually written, it mines deep seams of imagination and characterisation in its portrayal of an alternate world in which land-dwelling humans share medieval Europe with merfolk-like 'deepsmen'.

  • It's so large, in comparison to its land-dwelling relative, the familiar and even slightly cute pillbug or sowbug, because of the phenomenon of deep sea gigantism, which also gives rise to the giant squid.

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