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Pendleton was once a rough-and-tumble trading post with illicit underground bordellos and opium dens.
The dens or odontoid process exhibits a slight constriction or neck, where it joins the body.
The fox's feet are also effective shovels for frequent digging-fennec foxes live in underground dens.
Brown bears dig dens for winter hibernation, often holing up in a suitable-looking hillside.
Opossums nest in tree holes or in dens made by other animals.
Honey badgers are known to take cheetah cubs out of dens, raptors out of nests.
It's flatter and more slender than those of other bears, all the better for thrusting into the dens and breathing holes of seals.
Highlights include dens, heated parking and storage, balconies with dual access and panoramic views of downtown.
Most dens have a large antechamber at the end of the main tunnel and several side tunnels.
Reuse of excavated dens is rare but does occasionally occur.
They make their dens in rock cavities, hollow trees, in nests on the ground and beneath branch piles.
Inside of their dens, they go into a long winter's sleep, called torpor.

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