Litters

Some articles on litters, litter:

Litter (vehicle) - In Asia - Thailand
... In Thailand, the royalty were also carried in wooden litters called Woh ("พระวอ" Phra Woh, literally, "Royal Sedan") for large ceremonies ... Wohs were elaborately decorated litters that were delicately carved and colored by gold leaves ... Stained glass is also used to decorates the litters.Presently, Royal Wohs and carriages are only used for royal ceremonies in Thailand ...
Bushy-tailed Woodrat - Reproduction and Lifecycle
... A female may have 1 or 2 litters each year ... Litters can range in size from 2 to 6, with a typical litter size of 3 ... The females have only four mammary glands, so larger litters most likely have higher attrition rates ...
Litter (rescue Basket) - Uses
... After the person is secured in the litter, the litter may be wheeled, carried by hand, mounted on an ATV, towed behind skis, snowmobile, or horse, lifted or lowered on high angle ... Litters are used to rescue victims in confined spaces, such as inside a ship or a cave network ... Litters used in surface water rescue are equipped with floats ...
Pygmy Rabbit - Lifecycle
... An average of six young are born per litter and a maximum of three litters are produced per year ... In Idaho the third litter is generally produced in June ... It is unlikely that litters are produced in the fall ...
Singing Vole - Behavior - Reproduction
... September, and each female can give birth to up to three litters in a breeding season ... in the birth of eight young, although litters of between 6 and 14 young have been reported ... Since, like other voles, the female has only eight teats, litters of more than eight young are unlikely to survive ...