By Sandra Boynton
Soon after darkish, upon the seashore, we sing a hippo music, and if you’re feeling within the temper, we are hoping you’ll sing alongside: “Belly abdominal Button, you’re oh so advantageous. Ooo, stomach Button, I’m so chuffed you’re mine.”
glossy and durable, and that includes an excellent (navel-shaped, certainly) die-cut disguise, the Belly Button e-book presents enduring, giggly, read-aloud fun.
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In Egypt, Delta, Wadi Natrun, Cairo and its environs (inc. Giza pyramids), Fayoum (inc. Shakshuk), and Nile Valley south to Dendera, Luxor, Aswan, and Sudanese border. Records from Red Sea at Quseir. Habitat: Wide habitat tolerance. Roosts in caves, tombs, ruins, houses, wells, etc. Not a desert species. Egyptian Slit-faced Bat Nycteris thebaica Habits: Roosts in colonies ranging from a few individuals to several hundred. Reported to fly early and feeds on insects, inc. moths, grasshoppers, beetles, and also, reportedly, scorpions.
Sheath-tailed and Tomb Bats—Family Emballonuridae c. 50 species worldwide with 2 in Egypt. Small- to medium-sized bats. Egyptian species small, with long ears and variable tragus. Eyes more prominent than in most insectivorous bats. In the hand, the tail is diagnostic, emerging from the interfemoral membrane about two-thirds of the way down its length with the latter third free, but often not exceeding the interfemoral membrane in length. When roosting, clings to walls not hanging free. Egyptian species difficult to tell apart except in the hand where differences are obvious, otherwise habits are best distinction.
5g. Small shrew with proportionately short tail. Upper parts brown to brownish gray, underparts whitish with no sharp demarcation along flanks. Feet whitish. Head with broad snout narrowing quickly to elongated proboscis. Ears rather small but distinct, standing out from fur. Eyes typically small. Tail same color as upper parts, indistinctly paler below. Bristles extend entire length of tail. Has a distinct musky odor. Range and status: Very wide range over much of southern Europe, west to Scilly Isles and north to northern Poland, east throughout Asia from Middle East to China, Korea to Japan.