Snuffling and squeaking with excitement, the rat began to dig and in a few minutes had uncovered an egg, had pierced its shell, and sucked out the yolk. ... Engrossed in gnawing away the thin shell of the terrapin, he did not notice how the tide was creeping up about him ... Carsona#39;s description of the ghost shrimps that inhabit the tidal flats of Georgia beaches is an example. [Their] holes are visible entrances to burrows that extend down several feet into the sand a long, nearly verticalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Critical reading and writing in the university community|
|Author||:||Geoffrey W. Chase|