climbing

(from the article `amphibian`) In addition to the specializations for leaping, many anurans have developed structures that allow them to burrow or climb trees, primarily involving ... The adaptation for climbing is unique for each group of arboreal animals. All climbers must have strong grasping abilities, and they must keep their ... ...
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Climbing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Climb • p. pr. & vb. n. of Climb.
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Climbing

[cycling] This is a category for GAA clubs in Canada. ...
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Climbing

[magazine] Climbing is a major US-based rock climbing magazine first published in 1970. In 2007, it was bought by Skram Media, the publisher of Urban Climber Magazine. ...
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Climbing

[sport] This category is for biotechnology companies based or having headquarters in the Netherlands. ...
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Climbing

Climb'ing present participle & verbal noun of Climb . Climbing fern . See under Fern . -- Climbing perch . (Zoology) See Anabas , and Labyrinthici .
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Climbing

Plants that climb fences or other structures by using roots or stem structures to grip. Vines are climbers.
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climbing

Type: Term Definitions: 1. climacophobia.
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