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Patella is the scientific name for the Kneecap Your patela is your kneecap. It is a bone in your body.
yes they are born with patellas but not kneecaps until like 18 months.
A patella is a kneecap. The patella, in medical terminology, is basically the knee cap.
the knee Patella is a kneecap. The patella is the medical mane for the "knee" cap.
The best thing you can do is leave well alone! Rabbits are very good mothers and will care for their kits perfectly by themselves. Just make sure your doe has plenty of …good quality hay, veggies and water and let her do her job. Remember a mother bun will only feed her kits once a day, so even if you don't see her feed them unless the kits look bony they are doing just fine. If you absolutely have to hand rear kits it is good to be aware starting out that the survival rate of hand reared babies is very low, so it should not be attempted unless there is no other option. You will need to contact your vets to get appropriate milk to feed them, they must not be given cows milk.
Eat, sleep, cry, and go to the bathroom. As they grow older they will be able to do more.
helps you move because if you never had a patella your would not move
"Patella" is the technical term for the kneecap. knee cap
not sure what a patellae but if u mean patella its your knee cap
The petellas are knee bones. They protect the soft tissue under your knees.
Galactosemia occurs when an enzyme, called 'galactose-1-phosphate uridyl transferase' (GALT) is either missing or not working properly so the children are examined careful…ly for this enzyme
diapers. warm clothes because its winter. and supplies to help the mother.
Well look at it this way imagine yourself as a baby now what would people say bout u or maybe express your feelings to your parents tell them how you feel i dont have any sibl…ings so i wonder what it would be like to have a brother or sister
Jaundice is caused by the body having an excess of bilirubin in the blood, which is produced by the normal breakdown of red blood cells. The baby liver is often immature and s…till developing and cannot pass the bilirubin out of the body at the rate at which it needs to. Also if the baby is premature it is often more common, and if they are not getting fed often enough to flush out the excess. The excess bilirubin gives the skin a yellow color.
Your baby is not a newborn at 6 months.