Does a fly have teeth?
No No. Flies vomit on their food to dissolve it then suck it up with a straw like extension. A flywheel has teeth.
They get birds to fly in their mouths and the eat the stuff on it. Read More
it is a mushroom shaped as a goomba with teeth and there are paragommbas that can fly Read More
Doves can fly far in one day. Sometimes they fly to finds grit or little stones because they have no teeth. But they don"t fly at night. Read More
Birds fly into a crocidiles mouth to clean its teeth. The bird is getting food from the croc's mouth while the croc is getting its teeth clean. This is a win-win situation, so if the crocidile ate the bird, the croc wouldn't get its teeth clean. Read More
its mouth has sharp teeth and it doesn't basically eat the insect it kill the fly and eats part by part Read More
Bats. Read More
No. The prickles that are seen around the Venus Flytrap's trap are often mistaken for teeth. The prickles act as an enclosing mechanism so that the insect or fly cannot get out. To eat the fly, special enzymes slowly digest it for a short period of no longer than 10 days. Read More
This happens sometimes when there are teeth missing on the fly wheel Read More
Birds have beaks instead of teeth. They also have feathers on their wings to help them fly. Read More
as long as it takes to walk across sian gilbert teeth Read More
teeth on fly wheel may be rounded or teeth on stearter drive are rounded. Read More
Why would a 92 Aerostar stall 2 minutes after first starting every morning and 10 minutes later start back up and run fine for the rest of the day?
Cheack the Fly wheel, ma be loose or teeth are brokin on it. Cheack the Fly wheel, ma be loose or teeth are brokin on it. Read More
A dormouse is a rodent. It is related to mice and rats. Rodents have chisel-shaped incisor teeth for gnawing. Birds do not have any teeth. They have beaks. Birds also have wings and fly. Read More
They did in the movie "the Fly". Usually if they are kept healthy, they should last a lifetime. Read More
Assumeing it's the same starter, the bendix(the gear on the end of the starter that engages the flywheel)could be bad, and or the starter it self could be bad. sounds like number of teeth on new flywheel does not match number of teeth on starter. find out from mechanic that installed new fly wheel, how many teeth on flywheel if he doesnt know, a ford dealer can tell you from the part number on your… Read More
Wait at least 4 days in case you get a dry socket. Read More
Depends on which species of fly... It excretes a material that desolves your flesh and makes it easy for it to suck up. ti is trying to turn you into a meat shake so to speak. they do not have teeth to bite you with. Read More
Sharp claws and teeth, ability to run, swim, or fly fast. Read More
sounds like you have broken some teeth on the fly wheel gear.Hopefully it on the starter itself which is easier to replace. Read More
A crane fly/daddy long legs put there teeth cannot penetrate through skin. Read More
Can bullets for example 7.62 millimetre's to destroy anything in the human body including bone's and teeth?
Im a er doctor and a hunter so yes it can from point blank its a instant kill but from a distance it might take a second but teeth are no match they will fly out Read More
How do i know if when replacing the starter on a 1995 gmc jimmy would i need to also replace the fly wheel.?
the teeth on the flywheel will be missing or damaged when you rotate it around. Read More
a Blowfly "bite" doesn't look like anything...blowflies don't have teeth....they just suck...they really do suck! Read More
Yes, you teeth pain stops as soon as you are 10 feet above the ground level. So, you wont feel a pain while flying. Read More
The flywheel can be cracked or the teeth on the flywheel can be broken or worn. Either of these conditions require the flywheel be replaced. I would also replace the starter when replacing the flywheel. This will prevent damage to the new flywheel from the worn teeth on the old starter. Read More
Ah,The tooth fairy.... When I was a little girl I ask my mother the same question..she told me that the tooth fairy comes during the night to get all childrens teeth from under their pillows and puts them in a large canvas bag. Then they fly back to fairlyland where they have a place that grinds up the little teeth to make baby powder that our mommies put on us after a bath! Read More
STARTER. take it to a shop it needs to be replaced.Another problem is that the fly wheel is messed up. the fly wheel teeth get grinded down and it has problems starting up which begins to mess up the starter to. Read More
Young bats (pups) do. Microchiroptera (small insect eating bats, not fruit bats) are able to fly and eat within around 4-6 weeks. Read More
A starfish is unable to bite because it lacks teeth. When a starfish eats, it lays on its pray and throughts up its stomach, similar to a fly, it then eats it stomach again with its prey. Read More
austalopithecus used wood no metal but they have big teeth so they ate raw things like beetles fly ant Read More
Baby teeth, milk teeth or first teeth. Baby teeth, milk teeth or first teeth. Read More
Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Broken teeth D: Read More
What is wrong with the auto transmission if there is a knocking at the flywheel area with a 1993 GMC three quarter ton four by four?
most likely the fly wheel is either bent or some teeth are missing Read More
Teeth gap bands are bands for teeth for fixing teeth problem such as teeth gaps in front teeth. Read More
No, ostriches aren't mammals because they don't have fur like animals and and they don't have teeth like mammals do. They do not nurse their young, as mammals do. Ostriches, though they don't fly, are classified as birds Read More
1. Hollow bones 2. Airtight feathers 3. No teeth 4.Egg laying 5. Fused collarbone Read More
Well, what's wrong with it? If you need to have it resurfaced, you have a shop resurface it.. it's about a $50/$60 job. If there's damage to the flywheel or teeth, it'll have to be replaced. Read More
the kinds of teeth are the front teeth, (first two top and bottom) the canine teeth, the pointy teeth) and the grinders (back teeth). Read More
Deciduous teeth are what are commonly referred to as baby teeth - the teeth will fall out as they are replaced with permanent adult teeth. teeth that are losable Read More
3. Your front teeth(your meat teeth.) Your middle teeth(your canine teeth.) And your back teeth(your molars.) Read More
milk teeth Deciduous teeth. Reborner teeth. Baby teeth. Temporary teeth. Primary teeth. In Asia: Fall teeth. In Europe: Milk teeth. Read More
Shark teeth are sharp and horse teeth are flat on the tip. Shark teeth are smaller than horse teeth. Horse teeth are big and you can tell how old they are just by their teeth! :) Read More