What is the Outer covering of a flamingo?
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A seals outer covering is thick skin.
It is usually refered to as an exoskeleton but can also be called a carapace (\most often reserved for crabs and lobsters).
Like all birds, the flamingo has a body covering of feathers.
It' a fungi called KERATIN. Visually, it is the bumpy stuff on the outer covering of a tadpole.
It's called the enamel.
It's there to protect the seed from dirt, bacteria or bugs from getting into the seed and causing problems or eating it.
outer layer of muscle is the epicardium Outer layer of fibrous tissue is the pericardium
The outer shell on animals is called an exoskeleton. This exoskeleton is there because these animals do not have a spine like humans do, so they must have the shell to protect… them from harm.
A rich red/brown fur on the body and silver grey on the head.
Eagle, Sparrow and Kingfisher.(all birds)
Emus have an outer covering of wispy feathers. The nature and structure of emu feathers provides insulation for them during the heat of the day. Emus have two feathers extendi…ng from a single, narrow quill, allowing for airflow underneath.
In Botany or Plant Biology
which ? But you never let us choose . So it should be what. If it is what , my answer would be husk , shell or pod.
An elephant is covered in rough skin.
The skin of a pig is the outer covering. It is similar to the skin of the human and as sensitive.
In Human Anatomy and Physiology