A metaphor which relates to a person being oblivious to what they hear or see around them.
Years ago people believed that when threatened an ostrich would stick it's head in the sand thinking it was hiding from whatever dangers were around while all the time the biggest part of it's body was still sticking out in plain sight. Kind of a " if I can't see you, you can't see me " voluntary denial of the situation.
So if a person has their head buried they are trying to avoid dealing with a situation or realize the inevitable by pretending the problem or fact is not really there. With your head in the sand you can not hear or see what is happening around you so in your mind it really isn't happening at all.
I think you mean sand.The saying refers to the old myth that an ostrich would stick its head down in the sand and try to hide from danger, and has come to mean hiding from danger or ignoring it.
Its on the sand as if in the sand that means one has buried it self in sand
Many things have been buried under the sand, but not the pyramids. Wrong. They were discovered half buried in the sand. I think they were buried by humans or aliens and then the wind half uncovered them. Archaeologist believe that the wind half buried them
A Horn lizard becuase when it is buried under sand it will shake it body so it could get out of the sand
This is a myth. They don't really do it.
People used to believe that an ostrich would bury their head in the sand when scared. It means the person is ignoring what is going on and is not willing to deal with it.
it usually means sand wedge
Your body was numb for a second
I think the Runescape developers probably originally envisioned Clarence the wizard's head being found in the sand (head in the sand) but then later realized if you found his head first there wouldn't really be a mystery or quest to solve since it would be obvious who it belonged to, being his head and all. So they changed it to hand but left the pun I guess.
They were buried in sand
The Frilled Venerid live partly buried in fine sand between 600 to 1200 meters in depth.