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evcil olmayan

Çiftçinin koyunlarından birkaçı, yabani köpekler tarafından öldürülmüştü. - The farmer had several of his sheep killed by feral dogs.

{s} vahşi yaşama geri dönmüş (hayvan)

Çiftlik kedileri genellikle vahşi veya yarı vahşidir. - Farm cats are usually feral or semi-feral.

Bir vahşi çiftlik kedisi Tom'un elini ısırdı. - A feral farm cat bit Tom's hand.

ehli olmayan
şiir ölü ile ilgili
yabani koşullarda yaşıyan hayvanlar yada bitkiler
feral man
feral hog
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Yaban domuzu

Feral hogs are an old world species belonging to the family Suidae, and in Texas.

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A contemptible young person, a lout
A person with a bogan-like nature
A person who has isolated themselves from the outside world
wild, untamed, especially of domesticated animals having returned to the wild
{a} gloomy, dismal, sad, deadly, mortal
Feral animals are wild animals that are not owned or controlled by anyone, especially ones that belong to species which are normally owned and kept by people. feral cats. domesticated. feral animals used to live with humans but have become wild (feralis, from fera )
Referring to domesticated animals which have adapted to living in the wild
A term referring to normally domestic animals that have escaped and become wild Pigeons (Rock Doves), burros, hogs, cats and dogs are examples
Wild; untamed; ferine; not domesticated; said of beasts, birds, and plants
{s} wild, untamed; brutal
wild and menacing; "a ferocious dog
(fir' l) Formerly domesticated animals that are in a wild state in an area Oftentimes this involves pigs, cats, goats, and other species brought to an area by humans for agriculture or other uses that later were allowed to run free and cause damage to native species
A domestic animal that has taken up a wild existence
Funereal; deadly; fatal; dangerous
A once farmed fish (or the progeny of a farmed fish) which is living (not necessarily breeding) in a wild state Feral fish can pose problems for fish farmers on a number of counts: They may harbour diseases which at any time could re-infect a farm , especially if they are migratory and move between the farm outlet and the farm inlet, they can cause environmental damage by interbreeding with specific wild strains of the same species and also by becoming dominant in an exotic ecosystem Such an example is the common carp in Australia and USA, where feral fish cause waters to be stirred up, limiting the primary production and food sources for other species
Pertaining to wild populations of animals derived from commensal ancestors; house mice that live apart from, and independent of, humans (see Chapter 2)
A wild animal, often one that has escaped from a farming community, such as a pig or goat Sometimes this term also applies to plants
Wild, used to describe animals that are usually not domesticated, like cats or pigs
wild and menacing; "a ferocious dog"
feral cat
A domesticated cat that has returned to the wild, or the offspring of such a cat
feral child
A child who is raised without human contact, often raised by wild animals as a result of being abandoned
feral children
plural form of feral child
feral pigeon
A variety of rock pigeon that has adapted to living in cities
feral pigeons
plural form of feral pigeon
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