Small carnivores, hawks, owls and snakes are the principal predators of the fulvous harvest mouse.
In flight fulvous shows a strong contrast between blackish underwings and tawny body, and a white rump band.
As warm spring temperatures return to the breeding grounds so do the fulvous whistling ducks.
It was a minute anatomical and generally descriptive account of the large fulvous Ourang-Outang of the East Indian Islands.
‘Maybe I cannot… ‘thoughtfully she stared at fulvous fallen faded leaves on the marble quay of deserted Heliopolis, ‘but what shall we expect now?’
The fulvous whistling-duck's name comes from the hoarse whistling sound it makes and from its coloring.
His pants are a pale fulvous color and made of the sort of polyester material that never wrinkles.
The maximum age of a fulvous whistling-duck recorded in nature is 6 years and 6 months.
An example in the Canterbury Museum, so immature that the tail-feathers are only two inches long, has more fulvous in the plumage and no indication whatever of a superciliary streak.