Are there more chickens or cows or fish in existence?
there's more chickens
This should not be a problem, when you consider the following situations: ==> You have 3 cows. You get 5 more cows. Now you have 8 cows. ==> You have 3 tomatoes. You get 5 more tomatoes. Now you have 8 tomatoes. ==> You have 3 books. You get 5 more books. Now you have 8 books. Am I going too fast for you ? ==> You have 3 chickens. You get 5 more chickens…
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What is the general outline of the structural and functional organisation of the nervous system of farm animals?
Because there are so many fish in the sea. Ask your dad. He knows best. There are so many fish and they are underwater that they are not animals. If you are vegetarian you can eat a fish because there are so many that eating one won't make a difference. If you eat a cow there are less cows. But there will ALWAYS be more fish. Learn more at Fish.com
Since every organism has unique biochemistry, and the more biochemical systems are involved in the existence of an organism, the more potential for variety, no, it is highly unlikely that at any point in human existence all females will have pheromonic emissions that are similar to the olfactory stimulation caused by most fish. If you experience a sensation of smelling fish when in contact with all female pheromones, it is possible that you have either…
Ducks are gerally more aggresive and tend to peck chickens, and cause neither the ducks or the chickens to lay. I wouldn't recomend keeping them together. Though several species of ducks can settle down with chickens, especially if you have more chickens then ducks, and perhaps you have had the chickens longer, I see this behavior in my animals at home.