(Science: zoology) A gull.
1. A stomach; the receptacle into which food is taken by swallowing; in birds, the craw; now used only of the lower animals, exept humorously or in contempt. Bellies and maws of living creatures. (bacon)
(Science: zoology) See fish.
Origin: OE. Mawe, AS. Maga stomach; akin to D. Maag, OHG. Mago, G. Magen, Icel. Magi, Sw. Mage, Dan. Mave.
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... et al all use either their mouths or --in the case of birds of prey-- their feet. Arms aren't necessarily needed when you've got a four foot maw. I suppose, with the prevalent prey of tyrannosaurs exceeding 3 tons, that the preferred method of hunting would be ambush, with the predator throwing ...
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