Fin/blue whale hybrids[edit]. Shouldn't a page be created about the now known fin/blue whale hybrids? -Preceding unsigned ... Expand to animals?[edit]. 'Mammal hybrids' implies only mammals can be hybrids. Any issue with renaming template to Animal ... hybrids expanding to include other animals? Regards, Sun Creator(talk) 15:38, 11 October 2019 (UTC) ...
... pectoral fins. Palmer, D., ed. (1999). The Marshall Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals. ... Each of the paired pectoral and pelvic fins had a spine, as did the single anal and dorsal fins, giving it a total of just six ... A. bridgei has large orbits, a shorter pre-pectoral region, and shallower insertions of the fin spines. The scientific ...
ISBN 978-1-74300-135-6. Don Spencer from Play School sings 21 Children's Favourites - J&B (1984) Feathers, Fur or Fins - ABC ... Don Spencer's Australian Animals. Sydney, NSW: ABC Enterprises for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. ISBN 0-64212-841-3 ... Spencer, Don; Caswell, Allen; Australian Broadcasting Corporation (1985), Feathers Fur or Fins, Chappell & Intersong Music in ... Fur or Fins, ABC Records. National Library of Australia, retrieved 14 August 2013 Spencer, Don (1990), Don Spencer's Let's Have ...
Fox, David (2001). "Balaenoptera physalus (fin whale)". Animal Diversity Web. University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. ... Animals cannot convert fats to glucose, and in many diving animals carbohydrates are not readily available from the diet, nor ... a small dorsal fin, relative to its size; and lack of external ears or hair. The fin whale, the fastest among baleen whales, ... The fluke is moved up and down in long strokes to move the animal forward, or twisted to turn. The forelimbs are paddle-like ...
Also, only the pectoral fins have spines. It is a nocturnal fish like many catfish. It feeds on living, as well as dead, animal ...
The animal's maximum size, measured from one arm tip to the opposite, is 200 mm (7.9 in). It has large eyes and small fins. ... fins to help it swim, and small fleshy tendrils called "cirri" lining its arms. The octopus may have been named for its ...
Visible opaque animal needs better picture). Fins are separated, rounded, and completely rayed. Anterior fins beginning below ... Sagitta elegans). Body of adult animal can grow up to 45 mm, is narrow, firm and opaque (this image: animal very see-through. ... Seminal vesicles conical in shape, either exactly next to or very close to the tail fin, separated from posterior fins. For ... Horizontal fins bordering the trunk serve largely as stabilizers, and are used in flotation rather than in active swimming. ...
Fox, David (2001). "Balaenoptera physalus (fin whale)". Animal Diversity Web. Retrieved 2006-10-22. "Finback Whale ... As with other dolphins, orcas are very vocal animals. They produce a variety of clicks and whistles that are used for ... the male fin whale has been observed to make long, loud, low-frequency sounds. Most sounds are frequency-modulated (FM) down- ... "Seasonality of blue and fin whale calls and the influence of sea ice in the Western Antarctic Peninsula". Deep Sea Research ...
The animal possesses 9 dorsal fin rays. Its first unbranched ray is half of the length of its second ray. The distal margin of ... The adipose fin is located at the insertion of the last anal fin ray. Anal-fin rays range in number between 16-18. The distal ... Its pectoral fin rays range between 11-13, while its pelvic fin rays equals 7. The tip of the pelvic fin reaches a posterior ... Over the middle of its caudal fin rays there is a slight dark pigmentation. The animal counts with a single small humeral spot ...
Examples: Metazoa ("encompassing animals"); Parazoa ("near animals"); Ecdysozoa ("moulting animals"); Yunnanozoon ("animal from ... Used for many winged creatures, but also expanded to mean "fin", and used for many undersea arthropods. The suffix "-ptera" is ... animal. Used for broad categories of animals, or in certain names of animals. ... Used for flesh-eating animals or animals and plants with fleshy parts Examples: Sarcophilus ("flesh-loving"); Sarcopterygii (" ...
"Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act". Animal Welfare Institute. Retrieved 2019-12-19. "U.S. House passes act to protect sharks". ... or purchase shark fins or products containing shark fins. The Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act of 2019 is intended to eliminate ... 64,695 Pounds of Shark Fins. The court identified that the SFPA failed to prohibit the transshipment of fins for delivery at a ... if the fins are used for noncommercial purposes as long as that practice is in accordance with state and federal laws, if fins ...
Le règne animal distribué d'après son organisation. 5 (Nouvelle édition, revue et augmentée ed.). Paris: Déterville. p. 73. ... Latreille, [P. A.] (1829). "Des Porte-Bec ou Rynchophores (Rynchophora)". In Cuvier, [G.] (ed.). Suite et fin des insectes. ...
The fins are amputated from the live animals, which are then thrown back alive into the sea. Although this practice is ... Sharks are hunted primarily for their fins. Shark fins are exported from the Maldives to other countries in Asia, where they ...
Shark fins are imported in massive amounts by Vietnam. Anthony Bourdain, the host chef of Travel Channel's Anthony Bourdain: No ... Also in the northern part of Vietnam, different kinds of animal blood can be made into a dish called tiết canh by whisking the ... Animal husbandry never occurred in large scale in Vietnamese history, therefore, preserved dishes are mainly plant-based ... The higher quality cuts from farmed animals (cows, pigs) would be cooked in stirfry, soup or other dishes, while the secondary ...
The fins from these catches will be thrown away or turned into animal feed and fertilizers if shark's fin soup is shunned."[ ... plus its pectoral fins, and, in a single cutting motion, the pelvic fin, anal fin, and bottom portion of its caudal fin, or ... Animals. Retrieved 12 January 2020. "Restaurants Currently Offering Shark Fin Soup". Animal Welfare Institute. Retrieved 12 ... the trade of fins and shark fin soup. "Shark Fin Possession Bill Made Law Today in Guam". Guammicronesiadivetravel.com. ...
... s are often killed for shark fin soup. Fishermen capture live sharks, fin them, and dump the finless animal back into the ... Shark fin has become a major trade within black markets all over the world. Fins sell for about $300/lb in 2009. Poachers ... "Restaurants Currently Offering Shark Fin Soup". Animal Welfare Institute. Archived from the original on April 6, 2019. ... Most sharks have eight fins. Sharks can only drift away from objects directly in front of them because their fins do not allow ...
The dorsal fin is absent. The pectoral fins of the African brown knifefish are lengthy and designed to give the animal precise ... skirt-like fin. This appendage gives the animal superior control in the water, as it is able to propel itself forward and ... They provide the animal with excellent night vision. The mouth is large, and the fish also possesses a pair of short barbels ... The caudal and anal fins are fused and run from beneath the gill opening to the pointed end of the body, creating a uniform, ...
The tail had a long low fin, suggesting that the animal swam by undulation, rather than using its paddles and tail. ... Utatsusaurus had small fins, with five digits. In addition, those digits have up to five extra finger bones, which is referred ... Unlike the more advanced ichthyosaurs, Utatsusaurus has no dorsal fin and has a broad skull. The snout gently tapers, compared ...
The fins are edged with yellow. In recent years, it has become quite widely traded as an aquarium fish, but otherwise has no ... This species feeds on insects that have fallen into the water, aquatic insect larvae, and other small animals. In the aquarium ...
It had no fins; its only method of propulsion was the use of its vertically flattened tail. As a result, it probably swam in a ... 1999). The Marshall Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals. London: Marshall Editions. p. 23. ISBN 1- ...
The upper surface of the body is smooth, with rippling bars of colour and the animal is usually well camouflaged. This animal ... Paired lateral fins extend the whole length of the body. ... The animal is capable of rapid changes of colour for camouflage ...
Recent studies show steeply declining populations because its large fins are highly valued as the chief ingredient of shark fin ... Unlike many animals, it does not have a diurnal cycle, and is active both day and night. Its swimming style is slow, with ... C. longimanus' most distinguishing characteristics are its long, wing-like pectoral and dorsal fins. The fins are significantly ... A saddle-like marking may be apparent between first and second dorsal fins. The shark has several kinds of teeth. Those in the ...
To be kosher, aquatic animals must have scales and fins. Most Sunni schools of thought adhere to the interpretation that all ... Dhabihah is the method used to slaughter an animal in Islamic tradition. Shechita requires that an animal be conscious and this ... Thus some animals such as camels and rabbits are halal, but not kosher. Kashrut requires strict separation of dairy and meat ... This is similar to the Jewish law with the exception of fins. Gelatin, according to one of the two Islamic viewpoints, it is ...
Its body has a fleshy dorsal fin. Most caecilians have a well-developed right lung and a vestigial left lung. Some, such as ... The skull is very different from those of other caecilians, giving the animal a broad, flat head. Its nostrils are sealed, and ...
There were two notches on the fin's anterior margin. The paired fins were used to steer and stabilize the animal while swimming ... The caudal fin was made up of two lobes; the lower lobe was skeletally supported whereas the upper lobe was unsupported. The ... Temnodontosaurus had a weak tail bend at an angle of less than 35°. The caudal fin has variously been described as either ... Temnodontosaurus had the largest eyes of any ichthyosaur, and of any animal measured. The largest eyes measured belonged to the ...
The animal possesses 9 dorsal fin rays. Its first unbranched ray is half of the length of its second ray. The distal margin of ... The adipose fin is located at the insertion of the base of the last anal fin ray. Anal-fin rays range in number between 15-17. ... Its pectoral fin rays range between 11-13, while its pelvic fin rays equals 7. The tip of the pelvic fin reaches a posterior ... The caudal fin finds itself forked, with lobes of equal size and possessing 19 principal rays. A. microschemos has 9 to 11 ...
"Hybrid blue-fin whale is still protected". Animal Welfare Institute. 19 July 2018. Retrieved 21 December 2019. Palumbi, S. R.; ... Two live blue-fin whale hybrids have since been documented in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, (Canada), and in the Azores, (Portugal ... Blue-fin hybrids have been detected from genetic analysis of whale meat samples taken from Japanese markets. There are four ... Molecular analyses of the whale showed it was a hybrid between a female blue whale and a male fin whale, and that the fetus had ...
1991) On a Fin and a Prayer. "Scholars." 3(1), 4-7. Alexander, R. McNeill (2003) Principles of Animal Locomotion. Princeton ... Many fish swim using combined behavior of their two pectoral fins or both their anal and dorsal fins. Different types of Median ... Median-Paired Fin (MPF) and Body-Caudal Fin (BCF). Within each of these classifications, there are numerous specifications ... undulations of a long dorsal fin while the body axis is held straight and stable Gymnotiform: undulations of a long anal fin, ...
Becerril, Andrés (11 November 2018). "Los Pinos, el poder como inquilino; se acerca el fin de una era". Excélsior (in Spanish ... "Los Pinos: historia de la casa del próximo Presidente de México". Animal Politico. Retrieved 17 October 2015. "La historia de ...
The notacanthiforms are much more eel-like than the albuliforms; for instance, the caudal fin has disappeared. Fish of the ... They typically feed on slow-moving or sessile animals, such as molluscs, echinoderms, and sea anemones. Like the true eels, ...
http://web.archive.org/web/20080118082253/http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/02/03/business/LA-FIN-ECO-Mexico-US-Avocados.php ... "Avocado". ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center. *↑ "AvoDerm Natural Premium Dog Food". பார்த்த நாள் 2009-01-13. ...
Amphibians are predatory animals. They mostly eat live invertebrates and animals that do not move too quickly. These include ... They could also use their strong fins to hoist themselves out of the water and onto dry land if necessary.[1][2] ... Fish and other animals eat most of their eggs. Male midwife toads carry their eggs on their backs. When they are ready to hatch ... They will swallow the animal whole, but may chew it just a bit for it to go down their throats. The Ranidae family and the ...
Displays are often reinforced by stretching out the animal's arms, fins or web to make it look as big and threatening as ... World Animal Foundation. Retrieved 12 April 2017.. *^ Simon, Matt (16 January 2015). "Absurd Creature of the Week: The ... Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 7 (2): 95-106. doi:10.1207/s15327604jaws0702_2. PMID ... Captive animals have been found to be more susceptible to pathogens than wild ones.[106] A gram-negative bacterium, Vibrio ...
Animal welfare. *Declawing of crabs. *Eyestalk ablation. *Eating live seafood. *Live fish trade ...
These animals rely on their well-developed flippers and tail fin to propel themselves through the water; they swim by moving ... These animals rely on their well-developed flippers and tail fin to propel themselves through the water; they swim by moving ... International Fund for Animal Welfare. Retrieved 29 August 2015.. *. Viegas, Jennifer (23 February 2010). "Thousands Mourn Dead ... These animals have very large heads, which can make up as much as 40% of their body mass, and much of the head is the mouth. ...
The paired fins had bones distinctly homologous to the humerus, ulna, and radius in the fore-fins and to the femur, tibia, and ... The tetrapods, including all large- and medium-sized land animals, have been among the best understood animals since earliest ... Tetrapods (/ˈtɛtrəpɒdz/; from Greek τετρα- tetra- 'four' and πούς poús 'foot') are four-limbed animals constituting the ... evolved their fins in a different direction. The Tetrapodomorph ancestors of the Tetrapods further developed their lobe fins. ...
Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins lucrativos. ... "DNA Banks for Endangered Animal Species". Science 288 (5464). ISSN 0036-8075, Páxs. 275-277. ...
a b c d e f g h i Wood, Gerald The Guinness Book of Animal Facts and Feats (1983) ISBN 978-0-85112-235-9 ... the fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus), which can reach a size of 27 m (89 ft) in length and weight of 109 tonnes, and the ... Animal Diversity Web *^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2018-12-10. Retrieved 2018-12-10.. CS1 maint: Archived ... The Animal Files *^ Wroe, S.; Myers, T. J.; Wells, R. T.; Gillespie, A. (1999). "Estimating the weight of the Pleistocene ...
Poden sobreviure fins a tres setmanes a 1-4°C.[64] S'ha observat in vitro i in vivo que l'extret de taquizoïts té propietats ... Tenter AM, Heckeroth AR, Weiss LM «Toxoplasma gondii: from animals to humans» (en anglès). Int J Parasitol, 2000 Nov; 30 (12-13 ... El bradizoït (del prefix grec bradýs=lent i del sufix zōo=animal) és la forma de replicació lenta del paràsit. No solament de ... El T. gondii es propaga dins d'aquests vacúols per una sèrie de divisions binàries fins que la cèl·lula infestada eventualment ...
They were probably relatively good swimmers, possessing dorsal fins, paired pectoral fins, and a strong tail. The shield of ... 1999). The Marshall Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals. London: Marshall Editions. p. 24. ISBN 978-1 ... This is due to the development of paired fins, and their complicated cranial anatomy. The osteostracans were more similar to ... Several synapomorphies support this hypothesis, such as the presence of: sclerotic ossicles, paired pectoral fins, a dermal ...
"Fin.gov.on.ca. Archived from the original on June 13, 2016. Retrieved June 7, 2016.. ...
Gaireben totes los animals an un o mai sistèmas sensorials capables de detectar la vapor d'aiga dins l'aire, la condensacion. ... Fòrça insèctes detectan tanben fin finala e directament las condicions termoigrometricas. De gèns claus implicats, e las ...
Plant transpiration and animal perspiration use evaporative cooling to prevent high temperatures from causing unsustainable ... relatively inefficient fins mounted directly on the heat source. Cooling hot computer components with various fluids has been ...
"Linking Human Diseases to Animal Models Using Ontology-Based Phenotype Annotation". PLoS Biology 7 (11): e1000247. PMC 2774506 ... Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins lucrativos. ...
After filtrating the microbial culture of the Corynebacterium diphtheriae and injecting it into the lab animals, they were able ... "Scientific elites and laboratory organization in fin de siècle Paris and Berlin: The Institut Pasteur and Robert Koch's ... The search for a stronger remedy against this disease was made more difficult because most animals are immune to it: it was ... In 1985, the first human vaccine obtained by genetic engineering from animal cells, the vaccine against hepatitis B, was ...
Since Six Flags retained ownership of the animals, the majority of the animal portion of the park, including all of the ... "Why some killer whales have curved fins".. *^ a b Parsons, E. C. M. (2012). "Killer Whale Killers". Tourism in Marine ... All of the animal stadiums and buildings were next torn down or converted into other venues. Some of the SeaWorld property ... Animal rescue and rehabilitation programEdit. SeaWorld operates its conservation program in cooperation with the Department of ...
For example, in a fish, the pectoral fins are dorsal to the anal fin, but ventral to the dorsal fin. ... Specific animals and other organisms[edit]. Different terms are used because of different body plans in animals, whether ... For example, it is very confusing to say the dorsal fin of a dolphin is "right of" the left pectoral fin, but is "left of" the ... Additionally, for some animals such as invertebrates, some terms may not have any meaning at all; for example, an animal that ...
Creix fins a assolir entre 130 i 190 cm de llargària.. *Els mascles pesen entre 100 i 218 kg i les femelles entre 50 i 125 kg.[ ... Animal Diversity Web (anglès) *↑ islav Mazak: Der Tiger. Nachdruck der 3. Auflage von 1983. Westarp Wissenschaften ... Habita zones amb elevacions de fins als 4.700 m d'altitud, però el més freqüent és que habiti zones de menor alçada. En algunes ... fins i tot en major risc. Els crítics però, afirmen que la pràctica és evidentment un acte cruel i inhumà, i que la bilis d'ós ...
Un informe de 2009 demostrou que a produción de amiloide beta segue un ritmo circadiano, e aumenta cando un animal (rato) ou ... Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins lucrativos. ...
Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins lucrativos. ... o que ten como resultado unha rápida perda da pigmentación marrón do animal. Moitas asociacións Symbiodinium-cnidarios vense ... é incapaz de establecer endosimbiose aínda que existe en ambientes arredor do animal ou asociado estreitamente con outros ... o cultivo resultante coa identidade do simbionte dominante e relevante ecoloxicamente que albergaba orixinalmente o animal.[42] ...
Samples from these animals shows contamination within their tissue.[4] Conservation[edit]. The Risso's dolphin populations of ... Risso's dolphin has a relatively large anterior body and dorsal fin, while the posterior tapers to a relatively narrow tail. ... In older calves, the nonwhite areas darken to nearly black, and then lighten (except for the always dark dorsal fin). Linear ... Risso's dolphin is named after Antoine Risso, whose description formed the basis of the first public description of the animal ...
The large pectoral fins are banded. The first dorsal fin is made of slender and somewhat soft spines, and just barely joins ... Animal Behavior 28:728-734. *^ Savage, T. 1963. Reproductive behavior of the mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi Girard. Copeia 1963 ... fanning the eggs with his pectoral fins. ...
Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins lucrativos. ... dependen do tempo en que se considere que se produciu o paso do virus de animal a humano. Os estudos xenéticos do virus suxiren ...
It is also called the pinna (Latin for wing / fin, plural pinnae), a term that is used more in zoology. ... In animals the function of the pinna is to collect sound, and perform spectral transformations to incoming sounds which enable ...
The dorsal fin[change , change source]. The dorsal fin of the orca can extend up to six feet above its body. That's taller than ... "Global Animal. Retrieved January 27, 2016.. *↑ Killer whale attacks unsuspecting girl. *↑ SeaWorld trainer killed by killer ... In captivity, dorsal fins often collapse for many reasons, but in the wild, dorsal fin collapse happens in less than one ... And because a killer whale swims close to the surface, the dorsal fin can often be seen gliding through the surface of the ...
... due to their reputation as dangerous animals. The giant anteater remains widespread. Some populations are stable and the animal ... Hall, B. K. (2007). Fins Into Limbs: Evolution, Development, And Transformation. University of Chicago Press. p. 304. ISBN 0- ... The animal's thick, leathery hide is used to make equestrian equipment in the Chaco. In Venezuela, it is hunted for its claws.[ ... The animal sleeps curled up with its bushy tail folded over its body. The tail serves both to conserve body heat and as ...
a b Ross Piper (2007), Extraordinary Animals: An Encyclopedia of Curious and Unusual Animals, Greenwood Press. ... Species of genus Exocoetus have one pair of fins and streamlined bodies to optimize for speed, while Cypselurus spp. have ... they fold their pectoral fins to re-enter the sea, or drop their tails into the water to push against the water to lift for ... self-propelled leaps out of the water where their long wing-like fins enable gliding for considerable distances above the ...
Fricke, David (1987). Animal Instinct: The Def Leppard Story. London, UK: Zomba Books. ISBN 978-0-946391-55-4.. ... "July 15, 2007, Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, FIN". LiveMetallica.com. Retrieved 26 April 2016.. ...
... èstre reprogramadas fins a pro tard pendent lo desvolopament. ...
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