Some articles on breeds, breed:
... Ruby Buckton played by Rebecca Breeds, debuted on-scree on 20 June 2008 ... Breeds stated "Ruby has gone through a lot and had to gain a level of independence I really admire ... about her family." In June 2012, Erin Miller of “TV Week” was reported that Breeds had filmed her final scenes and left Home and Away ...
... Nagah (2001 / ISBN 1-56504-348-0) Player's Guide to the Changing Breeds (2003) The Nagah are "were-Snakes" that originated in India ... Most of the other changing breeds believe them to be extinct, however the Mokolé and the Hengeyokai (Beast Courts) are aware of their existence ... and hidden judges and executioners for the Changing Breeds ...
... The Altenburger Trumpeter is a breed of fancy pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding ... Altenburger Trumpeters along with other breeds of domesticated pigeons are all descendants from the Rock Pigeon (Columba livia) ... There are several breeds of trumpeter pigeons which are known for their vocal cooing which sounds similar to laughter or trumpeting ...
... be divided roughly into types Mixes that show characteristics of two or more breeds ... ancestors, or might come from a long line of mixed-breeds ... These dogs are usually identified by the breed they most resemble, such as a "Lab mix" or "Collie-Shepherd", even if their ancestry is unknown ...
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