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Offspring of animals.
Spiky UK tree commonly found in hedgerows, flowers in spring with leaves appearing later. Bears Sloe Berries in autumn.
When a tree or plant blossoms, it produces flowers (blossom) before producing fruit that can be eaten (Cherry, Apple, Pear and Plum).
The mating and production of offspring by animals.
Slang name for young rabbits.
A downy, hanging flowering spike of trees such as willow and hazel, pollinated by the wind.
A fast-running, long-eared mammal that resembles a large rabbit, having very long hind legs and typically found in grassland or open woodland.
Nut produced by the hazel tree.
Another name for mammalian young , tends to be attached to the young of small predators or rodent-like animals (for example Otter, Stoat, Weasel and Beaver). Fox cubs can also be called Kits.
A mammal of the order Lagomorpha, which comprises the hares, rabbits, and pikas.
The process of shedding old feathers, hair, fur, or skin to make way for new growth.
The period of time each day during which an organism receives illumination; day length.