Examples of dung in a Sentence
researchers tracked the wild gorillas by following the piles of dung
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Fire may have simply been conserved by adding fuel, such as dung that is slow burning.
Among the hands-on exhibitions are rocky casts of coprolite, otherwise known as dino dung.
Tata, the Indian industrial conglomerate, is funding the development of solar-thermal ovens that could replace the ubiquitous rural stoves that burn wood, brush, or dung.
The giant African mammals generate 52,800 metric tons of dung each year, enough—according to two new studies—to pollute ecosystems and kill fish by the hundreds.
Two-thirds of India’s population still lives outside of cities, and 80 percent of these households rely on biomass like wood and dung for cooking and heating.
Since March a census team has been traversing Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, collecting the gorillas’ dung and examining their nests for hair samples and other clues.
Since March a census team has been traversing Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, collecting the gorillas' dung and examining their nests for hair samples and other clues.
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: solid waste from an animal
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