The Bee: A Natural History

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Tardigrades belong to a remarkable phylum of minute multicellular animals. Discover the many amazing animals that live on our planet. The final stage occurs when an adult butterfly finally pushes itself out of its chrysalis, looking nothing like the caterpillar that it was. Colonies in Mexico occupy the smallest area since records began in 1993. Monkey (猴 - hóu) - driving away evil spirit (one of the animals of the Chinese Zodiac is depicted on one of the goblets, one of the Twelve Symbols of Imperial Sovereignty .) Peacock (孔雀 - kǒng què) - dignity, beauty, activate luck, fame, ‘the heavenly phoenix on earth’ Pheasant - the pheasant (雉 - zhì) is a common emblem for beauty and good fortune, the pheasant (華蟲 - huáchóng) is one of the Twelve Imperial Symbols of Sovereignty represeting literary refinement, Phoenix (t: 鳳凰, s: 凤凰; fènghuánɡ) - virtue, duty, correct behaviour, humanity, reliability (the Five Human Qualities), strength, resilience, good fortune, opportunity, luck, considered to be the most important of the winged animals, yin energy of yin - yang Phoenix and Dragon - wife and husband, signifies wedded bliss, also symbol for Empress and Emperor, bird and animal kingdoms = entire natural world, Taoism phoenix, pair of, placed together and facing each other - eternity, yin - yang Phoenix, the Red Bird of the South, is one of the four spiritual creatures, it is guarding the South.

Pages: 224

Publisher: Ivy Press (August 1, 2014)


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