Bacteria as scavengers.
[From The Story of Germ Life by Conn, H. W. (Herbert William)]
The vultures are scavengers.
[From The Children's Book of Birds by Miller, Olive Thorne]
Crows are also useful as scavengers.
[From India and the Indians by Elwin, Edward Fenton]
Young scavenger vultures are sooty brown.
[From Birds of the Indian Hills by Dewar, Douglas]
Pigs and dogs are the scavengers of China.
[From An Australian in China Being the Narrative of a Quiet Journey Across China to Burma by Morrison, George Ernest]
Dogs, pigs, and vultures serve as scavengers.
[From The Maya Indians of Southern Yucatan and Northern British Honduras by Gann, Thomas William Francis]
The pigs do all the scavenging, and very effectually.
[From Twenty Years of Spoof and Bluff by Carlton]
The washing soda performs the necessary scavenging duty.
[From The Harmsworth Magazine, Vol. 1, 1898-1899, No. 4 by Various]
We are moral scavengers, netting the very sewers.
[From The Authoritative Life of General William Booth, Founder of the Salvation Army by Railton, George S. (George Scott)]
Scavengers and undertakers both have exemplary morals.
[From The Wonders of Instinct: Chapters in the Psychology of Insects by Fabre, Jean-Henri]
Oxygen is the scavenger that partially cleans our gutters.
[From The Chautauquan, Vol. 05, February 1885 by Chautauqua Institution]
The scavenger's duties are beneficial to the whole community.
The carrion beetles and many water beetles act as scavengers.
[From A Civic Biology, Presented in Problems by Hunter, George W. (George William)]
You?re going to be the lowest scavenger in this gang of scum.
[From The Snow-Burner by Oyen, Henry]
They are valuable scavengers, eating all kinds of refuse matter.
[From Half Hours With the Lower Animals Protozoans, Sponges, Corals, Shells, Insects, and Crustaceans by Holder, Charles Frederick]
They feed on carrion, and act as scavengers to the establishments.
[From A History of North American Birds, Land Birds - Volume 2 by Brewer, Thomas Mayo]