On a scale of one to Abraham Lincoln, I'd have to say:
it depends on what type pf dolphin is. bottle nose dolphins are tursiop, and common dolphins are delphinus.
No. A horse is not a canine. A canine is a dog.
Canin, canine are the French adjectives. The tooth canine is 'une canine'.
when does canine develop
"My dog needs special canine medicine." "I have a cavity in my canine tooth."
Every dog is a canine......the species itself is in the canine family.
Yes, the coyote is in the canine family.
a Canine is a dog and a feline is a cat
A member of the canine family.
No a raccoon is not a canine. A raccoon is a procyonid.
A canine is a thing like a dog.
Yes, a coyote is a canine
Canine means of dogs. A canine tooth, for example, is the kind of pointy tooth that dogs have.
Upper primary canine: 16 to 22 months. Lower primary canine: 17 to 23 months. Upper adult canine: 11 to 12 years. Lower adult canine: 9 to 10 years.
Well canine dogs are just what dogs are called and canine teeth help break down food, i think
One of my canine teeth is bothering me. I want to watch the police department's canine unit demonstration.
Canine means dog, so canine behavior means that sort of behavior that dogs enjoy
The canine tooth grinds the food.
A fox is classified in the canine family.
Canine is to dog as porcine is to pig.
A canine is a person or thing resembling to a dog.
yes rodents do have canine teeth
We actually do have canine teeth.
The red fox is a canine.
canine is spelled the same in French.
Yes, you do lose your canine teeth !!!!
A fox is a member of the canine family.
maxillary canine positioned in between lower canine and 1st premolar is the class 1 relationship.
Here is an example sentence for 'canine': The dog is a member of the canine family and is closely related to the wolf.
The canine teeth help to chew food in the human mouth. The canine teeth are the longest of the teeth and are good for tearing food. The canine teeth are located in both the upper and lower jaw.
It is a concavity adjacent to the canine, or cuspid, tooth.
Yes. All members of the canine family are mammals.
the canine teeth are used for cutting meat.
A canine rips the food into bits.
Canine teeth are used for piercing, or holding.
Cat is to feline as dog is to canine
Yes the canine teeth are the pointy ones.
Canine pierce and tearing the food .
General nouns for canine are animal or mammal.
canine teeth are use to tear food
Canine is the scientific designation for a dog.
Wolves, the ancestors of dogs, are canine.
As tigers are related to cats it would mean that mean that they are feline. A canine is a dog so tigers aren't canine.
Canine teeth are unique to mammals and our ancestors, therapsids. Other creatures, including dinosaurs, never had canine teeth.
You can call canine teeth transitional teeth. They are what you consider to be baby teeth, a child will pull their canine teeth between the ages of 6 and 11, and permanent canine teeth will grow.
The meat eating animal in the canine family is a wolf. The meat eating animal in the canine family is a wolf.
Werewolves are crosses between man and canine, but due to the animalistic nature of the creatures, they lean more towards the canine side.
Canine teeth are used to tear into an animal's flesh. Since sheep are herbivores (plant-eaters), they do not need canine teeth.
Most herbivores don't have canine teeth. Horses do.
Canine teeth are for gripping and holding food.