Definition of Crab-eating opossum

1. Noun. South American opossum.

Generic synonyms: Opossum, Possum
Group relationships: Didelphis, Genus Didelphis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crab-eating Opossum

cp.
cpg-rich island
cpg islands
cpm
cps
craal
craaled
craaling
craals
crab
crab-apple
crab-eater
crab-eating dog
crab-eating fox
crab-eating macaque
crab-eating opossum (current term)
crab-eating raccoon
crab-eating seal
crab Louis
crab apple
crab boil
crab boils
crab burger
crab burgers
crab cactus
crab canon
crab canons
crab cocktail
crab grass
crab hand

Literary usage of Crab-eating opossum

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gardens and Menagerie of the Zoological Society Delineated: Published by Edward Turner Bennett (1830)
"IN its adult state the crab-eating opossum attains a size fully equal to the Virginian species. Its head and muzzle are much more elongated ; and its tail ..."

2. The Illustrated Natural History by John George Wood (1865)
"The for of the crab-eating opossum is long, and though rather woolly in texture, is larsh to the touch. From the peculiar colouring of the long hairs that ..."

3. Wood's Animal Kingdom: Illustrated by John George Wood (1870)
"The young of the crab-eating opossum are, during their days of infancy, coloured very differently from the adult animal When first they are born, ..."

4. The Gardens and Menagerie of the Zoological Society Delineated: Published by Edward Turner Bennett (1830)
"IN its adult state the crab-eating opossum attains a size fully equal to the Virginian species. Its head and muzzle are much more elongated ; and its tail ..."

5. The Illustrated Natural History by John George Wood (1865)
"The for of the crab-eating opossum is long, and though rather woolly in texture, is larsh to the touch. From the peculiar colouring of the long hairs that ..."

6. Wood's Animal Kingdom: Illustrated by John George Wood (1870)
"The young of the crab-eating opossum are, during their days of infancy, coloured very differently from the adult animal When first they are born, ..."

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