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*  Mesonychid
Mesonychia ("middle claws") is an extinct taxon of small- to large-sized carnivorous ungulates related to the cetartiodactyls. ... "wolves on hooves" were probably one of the more important predator groups in the late Paleocene and Eocene ecosystems of Europe ... but later mesonychids had four digits that ended in tiny hooves on all of their toes and were increasingly well adapted to ... These later mesonychids had hooves, one on each toe, with four toes on each foot.[citation needed] Mesonychids probably ...
*  Charles G. D. Roberts
Hoof and Claw (reprint ed.). New York: Macmillan. 1920 [1914]. The Secret Trails. New York: Macmillan. 1916. The Ledge on Bald ...
*  Tigre language
... hoof; atsfar - claws, hooves; kaböd - belly; acbud - bellies. Personal pronouns distinguish "you, masculine" and "you, feminine ...
*  Harold McCracken
Hoof, Claws and Antlers: the Story of American Big-Game Animals. Illustrated by Lee J. Ames. (1958) Garden City, NY: Garden ...
*  Pinacosaurus
The claws are hoof-shaped. In the pelvis, the ilia flare strongly outwards to the front. The ischium is thin and curves ...
*  Nail (anatomy)
The nails of primates and the hooves of running mammals evolved from the claws of earlier animals. In contrast to nails, claws ... The needle-clawed bushbaby (Euoticus) has keeled nails (the thumb and the first and the second toes have claws) featuring a ... Tarsiers have a grooming claw on second and third toes. Less commonly known, a grooming claw is also found on the second pedal ... Other examples of ungues include the claw, hoof and talon. ... Claws are pointed at their ends and are composed of two layers ...
*  List of demon lords in Dungeons & Dragons
He wields a huge glaive, named "Heartcleaver", but commonly fights with his hooves, claws, and horns. Baphomet's primary ... which he can command to fight independently while he fights with teeth and claws. Yeenoghu is the sworn enemy of Baphomet and ...
*  Backscratcher
Many others are shaped like horse hooves, claws, or are retractable, to reach further down the back. Though a backscratcher ...
*  Chelates in animal nutrition
... and concluded that the organic forms resulted in some improvement in hoof claw quality. Compared the bioavailability of Cu and ... Effect of organic zinc sources on performance, zinc status and carcass, meat and claw quality in fattening bulls. Livestock ... For example, supplementary minerals help ensure good growth, bone development, feathering in birds, hoof, skin and hair quality ...
*  Aonyx
The word aonyx means "clawless", derived from the prefix a- ("without") and onyx ("claw/hoof"). African clawless otter, Aonyx ... Sometimes also the Oriental small-clawed otter, Amblonyx cinerea is counted in this genus. ... Aonyx capensis congicus Zoologists differ as to whether or not to include the Asian small-clawed otter in this genus or in its ...
*  Conservation and restoration of fur objects
Technically, both are made from keratin, which is also the protein that makes up skin, feathers, nails, hooves, claws, and ...
*  Ungual
An ungual (from Latin unguis, i.e. nail) is a highly modified distal toe bone which ends in a hoof, claw, or nail. Elephants ... A claw is a highly modified ungual phalanx. As an adjective, ungual means related to nail, as in periungual (around the nail). ...
*  World of Warcraft: Legion
... claws and hooves. Demon hunters ritually blind themselves to gain 'spectral sight', allowing them to detect demonic energy from ...
*  Moropus
The three highly compressed claw-like hooves on each foot were split down the middle. These claws actually gave Moropus its ... 2007). Like other chalicotheres, they differed from their modern relatives in having large claws, rather than hooves, on the ... shows that Moropus probably could raise the claws slightly to enable it to move about quite smoothly. As the hooves curved ... front feet; these claws may have been used for defense or digging for food. Moropus stood about 8 feet (2.4 m) tall at the ...
*  Aetiocetus
Baleen is made of keratin (the same material that comprises claws, hooves, nails, and hair) that grows throughout the whale's ...
*  Minnie and Moo: Will You Be My Valentine?
The poems do not always end up in the right hands, claws, or hooves. Farmer John thinks that the cows was the one sending the ...
*  Keratin
It is the key structural material making up hair, horns, claws, hooves, and the outer layer of human skin. Keratin is also the ... They form the hair (including wool), stratum corneum, horns, nails, claws and hooves of mammals and the hagfish slime threads. ... hooves and claws (homologous structures), which are harder and more like their analogs in other vertebrate classes. Hair and ... They are found in the nails, scales, and claws of reptiles, some reptile shells (Testudines, such as tortoise, turtle, terrapin ...
*  Edmontosaurus regalis
Although the second and third finger had hoof-like claws, these bones were also within the skin and not apparent from the ... The toes had hoof-like tips. The first known fossil remains that may belong to Edmontosaurus regalis were named Trachodon ...
*  Charles Eliot Ware
HOOF&CLAW's founder. Mr. Capone, in turn, continues to honor the legacy and philanthropic spirit of the Wares (specifically ... working with HOOF&CLAW to preserve the environment and inspire solutions to environmental issues. At some point Ware acquired ... Today the farm is the home-base of HOOF&CLAW - a training and consultation center for dog handling and horsemanship - as well ... The Glass Flowers (Harvard) Hoof&Claw - Ware Farm Ware - A Place Ware We Can Meet The Cabot Family http://www.ancestry.com/ ...
*  Surface anatomy
Knee Leg Shinbone Foot Toe Hoof, Claw, Nail (anatomy), Nail (beak) Webbing Abdomen (roughly Stomach) Pouch Marsupialia Sex ...
*  Mary Lee Ware
HOOF&CLAW's founder. Mr. Capone, in turn, continues to honor the legacy and philanthropic spirit of Miss Ware, insofar as her ... working with HOOF&CLAW to preserve the environment and inspire solutions to environmental issues. As a Philanthropist of many ... Today the farm is the home-base of HOOF&CLAW - a training and consultation center for dog handling and horsemanship - as well ... Hoof&Claw - Ware Farm Ware - A Place Ware We Can Meet The Cabot Family Massachusetts Historical Society - https://www.masshist. ...
*  Scelidosaurus
The claws were flat, hoof-shaped and curved to the inside. The most obvious feature of Scelidosaurus is its armour, consisting ... Afterwards Harrison sent a knee joint, a claw (GSM 109561), a juvenile specimen and a skull to Owen, that were described in ...
*  Pristichampsidae
They have extensive body armor, long legs, and blunt claws resembling hooves, and are sometimes informally called "hoofed ... The claws are blunt and have been described as hoof-like in shape, suggesting that pristichampsids may have been unguligrade, ... 2012): Brochu, C. (2007). "Systematics and phylogenetic relationships of hoofed crocodiles (Pristichampsinae)". Journal of ...
*  Dromornithidae
The last bones of the toes resembled small hooves, rather than claws as in most birds. Like emus and other flightless birds, ... Other features, such as the "hoof-like" feet, stomach structure, and eye structure that resulted in a wide field of vision but ...
*  Iguanodontidae
On the hind limb, digits two, three, and four are wide and short, with blunt claws that resemble hooves. All of the cervical ... Iguanodontids possess hoof-like second, third, and fourth digits, and in some cases, a specialized thumb spike and an opposable ...
*  Folklore of the United States
... small arms with clawed hands, cloven hooves and a forked tail. It has been reported to move quickly as to avoid human contact, ... The creature is often described as a flying biped with hooves, but there are many different variations. The most common ...
*  Eolambia
The second and third claws are hoof-like, with the third claw bearing roughened flanges on its sides - a trait also shared with ... As with the second and third claws on the hand, the second, third, and fourth claws of the foot are uniformly broad, flat, and ... Like Iguanodon, Probactrosaurus, and other basal iguanodonts, the claw on the first digit is distinctively conical. ... hoof-like. In 1979 Peter Galton and James A. Jensen described a fragmentary femur belonging to a hadrosauroid discovered in ...