• A rail from Eivissa, Rallus eivissensis, was smaller but more robust than the Water Rail, and probably had poorer flight abilities.
  • Wikipedia: Water Rail
  • Animals in this subfamily are more closely related to Tyrannosaurus than to Albertosaurus and are known for their robust build with proportionally larger skulls and longer femurs than in the other subfamily, the Albertosaurinae.
  • Wikipedia: Tarbosaurus
  • As with many cranial features, the postcranial bones that have been discovered are similar to that of Palaeopropithecus, but significantly larger and more robust.
  • Wikipedia: Archaeoindris
  • Cabral was later passed over, possibly as a result of a quarrel with Manuel I, when a new fleet was assembled to establish a more robust presence in India.
  • Wikipedia: Pedro Álvares Cabral
  • Catherine outlived all her children except Henry III, who died seven months after her, and Margaret, who inherited her robust health.
  • Wikipedia: Catherine de' Medici
  • Cherbourg's defenders were not set up for robust performance, consisting largely of four battlegroups formed from the remnants of units that had retreated up the Cotentin peninsula; the port's defences had been designed principally to meet an attack from the sea.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Cobra
  • Compared to populations further to the south, aquaticus is larger and paler and has a more robust skull.
  • Wikipedia: Oryzomys couesi
  • Dale Russell hypothesized that the more lightly built and more common Gorgosaurus may have preyed on the abundant hadrosaurs of the time, while the more robust and less common Daspletosaurus may have specialized on the less prevalent but better-defended ceratopsids, which may have been more difficult to hunt.
  • Wikipedia: Daspletosaurus
  • E. annectens differed from E. regalis by having a longer, lower, less robust skull.
  • Wikipedia: Edmontosaurus
  • Found at sites in central and southwestern Madagascar, Varecia insignis and V. jullyi were very similar to modern ruffed lemurs, but more robust and assumed to be more terrestrial, and thus more prone to predation by early human settlers.
  • Wikipedia: Ruffed lemur
  • Halkett was an amateur inventor, and during his spare time whilst serving in the navy he worked on solving the problem of how to design a boat that would be small and light enough to transport easily on foot through wilderness, but robust enough to carry people in safety across wide bodies of water.
  • Wikipedia: Halkett boat
  • Irish Palladian Country houses often have robust Rococo plasterwork, frequently executed by the Lafranchini brothers, an Irish speciality, which is far more flamboyant than the interiors of their contemporaries in England.
  • Wikipedia: Palladian architecture
  • It is a robust crowlike bird averaging around 48 cm (19 in) in length, black or sooty grey-black in plumage with white undertail and wing patches, yellow irises, and a heavy bill.
  • Wikipedia: Pied Currawong
  • It is distinctive in fur color—grayish brown on the forequarters and reddish brown on the hindquarters—and in some dimensions of its skull, with a high braincase, robust zygomatic arches (cheekbones), and long incisive foramina (perforations of the palate between the incisors and the molars).
  • Wikipedia: Oryzomys peninsulae
  • It is reputed to be more robust than other clones of the species and is also more compact with maximum leaf lengths of 23 cm (9 in).
  • Wikipedia: Drosera regia
  • It was robust and bore well-developed supraorbital ridges (located above the eyes) on the braincase.
  • Wikipedia: Oryzomys antillarum
  • Its robust wedge-shaped bill is bluish-white bordered with black, with a small hook at the tip.
  • Wikipedia: Australian Magpie
  • Macrotarsomys petteri has a large and robust skull with well-developed zygomatic arches (cheekbones).
  • Wikipedia: Macrotarsomys petteri
  • Morán favoured a more robust approach to the conversion of the Manche and moved Spanish soldiers into the region to protect against raids from the Itza to the north.
  • Wikipedia: Spanish conquest of Guatemala
  • Most of the remains were referred to a new species, I. bernissartensis, a larger and much more robust animal than the English remains had yet revealed, but one specimen was referred to the nebulous, gracile I. mantelli (now Dollodon bampingi).
  • Wikipedia: Iguanodon
  • Near human habitation, they can also steal shoes and chew on them, and eat the legs of otherwise robust sheep when they have slipped in wooden shearing sheds, leaving their legs dangling below.
  • Wikipedia: Tasmanian devil
  • Nevertheless, U.S. officials in Vietnam were pleased with the referendum, as they saw it as an opportunity to strengthen South Vietnam and avoid defeat to the communists, as they saw a republican model as being more robust.
  • Wikipedia: State of Vietnam referendum, 1955
  • On the whole, the German ships were less powerful than their British equivalents but equally robust.
  • Wikipedia: Pre-dreadnought battleship
  • P. endoi, P. paterculus, and P. abramus have more similar bacula, but that of P. abramus is more curved, the shaft and the tip are more robust in P. paterculus, and the proximal (near) end is more robust in P. endoi.
  • Wikipedia: Pipistrellus raceyi
  • Researchers have noted that subfossil bones of living species are more robust and generally larger than their present-day counterparts.
  • Wikipedia: Subfossil lemur
  • S. durrelli may use its robust dentition to feed on prey with hard parts, such as crustaceans and molluscs, in addition to small vertebrates, rather than the insects that the more gracile-toothed brown-tailed mongoose eats.
  • Wikipedia: Salanoia durrelli