A zorilla uses a foul smelling spray (similar to that of a skunk) to get away from predators. Even lions will shy away from the stinky spray of the zorilla.
Francisco de Rojas Zorilla has written: 'Teatro'
Juan Guerrero Zorilla has written: 'Suicidio de un pagano'
F. Rojas Zorilla has written: 'Del rey abajo ninguno'
Zorilla - a carnivorous mammal of the weasel family.
The zorilla (ictonyx striatus) is a small nocturnal carnivore native to sub-Saharan Africa. It is a mustelid, like weasels, ferrets and otters, and closely resembles North American skunks. The zorilla is black, with a white spot on the forehead and white stripes along the body, and, like skunks, uses scent glands under its tail to spray a malodorous liquid at predators.
It would help to know where you are, exactly. It may be what is called an African zorilla, which resembles the North American skunk. The zorilla might sometimes be called a polecat. But the zorilla lives in dry regions of Africa. Edit the question to include your geographical location.
The cast of Nelly - 1919 includes: Alfred Zorilla
Zorillas are animals that live in Africa. They look like skunks, but they're not! Zorillas live in Grasslands and Deserts.
They Mainly Eat Small Rodents, Lizards, Snakes, Birds And Frogs. They Will Occasionally Eat Fish, Fruits And Berries.
I just can think of "Zèbre" for zebra , "zébu" for zebu, and "zorille" for "zorilla"
Go to:http://scienceblogs.com/tetrapodzoology/upload/2007/06/zorilla.jpgOr search "what do zorillas eat?" on Google and click on pictures.
The cast of Lorena - 1918 includes: Maillard Suzanne Grandais Berthe Jalabert Alfred Zorilla
Zebra and zobel Zanzibar day gecko; zebra dove; zebra-tailed lizard; zebu; zeren; zigzag salamander; zone-tailed pigeon; zorilla
The cast of La grande vedette - 1917 includes: Mangin Rachel Devirys Madeleine Grandjean Germaine Manoury Alfred Zorilla
One of the most commonly known animals beginning with Z is the zebra.Zebra!!Zebra, Zebra Shark, Zebu (cattle native to south Asia).zebra?zebra* Zebra * Zanzibar day gecko * Zebra dove * Zebra-tailed lizard * Zebu * Zeren * Zigzag salamander * Zone-tailed pigeon * Zorilla
Yes, a zorilla is a name for the Ictonyx striatus or striped polecat (an animal similar to a skunk). Some other names for it are African Polecat, Zoril and Zorille. Check the related link for more information.
The cast of La dicha ajena - 1917 includes: Mariano Asquerino Margarita Dubertrand Antonio Riquelme Alberto Romea Carmen Villa Reda Zorilla Pedro Zorrilla
ZanderZanzibar day geckoZebraZebra doveZebra finchZebra-tailed lizardZebrafishZebuZenaidaZerenZethus spinipesZethus waspZigZag salamanderZone-tailed pigeonZooplanktonZopiloteZorilla
The cast of Perdue - 1919 includes: Gina Barbieri Maggy Delval Yvonne Desvignes Catherine Fonteney as Herminie de Beaurenon Maria Fromet as Marcelle Monfort Gilberte Haziza Petite Lacroix Gina Relly Germaine Rouer Francia Seguy Alfred Zorilla as Robert de Beaurenon
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 3 words with the pattern Z---L-A. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter Z and 5th letter L and 7th letter A. In alphabetical order, they are: zanella zooglea zorilla
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern Z--IL-A. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter Z and 4th letter I and 5th letter L and 7th letter A. In alphabetical order, they are: zorilla
Zorilla - a small, carnivorous, nocturnal mammal, Ictonyx striatus, related to the weasel, but resembles the skunk in appearance and in its method of defense with a powerful odor, found in dry regions of Africa. It is also called striped weasel and striped polecat. It is closely related to the true European polecat ferret of Eurasia. The zorilla has thick fur with black and white markings, and a long, bushy tail. Its anal glands secrete a pungent fluid that can be ejected as a defense against predators.Skunks best known for their ability to excrete a strong, foul-smelling odor, belong to the family Mephitidae. Skunks were formerly classified as a subfamily within the family Mustelidae, which includes weasels, otters, badgers, and relatives. However, recent genetic evidence suggests that the skunks are not as closely related to the mustelids as previously thought, and are now classified in their own family.