Does more the number of tree rings represents that the tree is older or younger?
You can tell the age of a fish from the number of growth rings on each of its scales. Each pair of rings represents a year. The dark narrow rings represents winter; the wider, lighter rings represents summer.
You have to be 18 or older to get it alone. If a parent is present, or gives consent, you can get it younger.
You can tell that your parakeet is old by looking at the rings on it's head. If there are a lot of black rings that go around it's head, it is younger. If your parakeet has little rings unlike this one, it's older. This parakeet has almost a white head which means it is older.
Look at the rings on your budgies head. The closer they are to the cere, the younger it is, the farther up the rings go ( or the more they disappear / more plainness the is on its forehead ) on its head the older it is.
You saw the hen in half and count the number of planar concentric rings. Each ring represents a year of growth.
The answer is 12 - as usual, double the number of rings in the logo (of which each half-ring represents a single competitor). The number of rings, and hence competitors, doubles at each Olympics. This means at the 2012 London Olympics there will be a total of 45 competitors.
it has around 10,000 rings currently and the inner most rings being the oldest and outer rings being younger
none. any of the Olympic rings could be Europe.
The blue ring.
I don't think any of us knows for certain, but I'd be willing to bet that he is not, when you couple the fact that Bilbo is supposed to be much younger in The Hobbit then he is in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, with the fact that Sir Ian Holm is even older now than he was when he filmed Lord of the Rings.
The rings on a clam shell are an indicator of age. Like the rings in a tree stump, each ring represents another year.
They represent the five continents.
it represents china?
He represents the dwarves in the fellowship.
It is a myth that the 5 olympic rings represent a particular continent. The 5 rings are colored as such because every country's flag in the world has at least 1 of those colors in it. It represents the countries of the world coming together for the games thus why the rings are united together.
Yes, they represent the five continents that are involved in the olympic games. Blue represents Europe, yellow represents Asia, green represents Australia, red represents America and black represents Africa.
In the older times there could have been a war like Lord of the rings.
it represents sonic to turn into dark spine sonic ones he gets all of the rings.
The Ring of the Olympic Logo signifies the 5 Continents. The bundle of the 5 rings represents unity.
Yes, Every ring represents a continent
You count how many rings there are on their shell. So if there is two rings it is two years old. The more rings there are the older your snail is.
1 ring represents a years growth.
it represents every countries that have participate in the Olympic Games
to represents all the different countries
Because it is jewelry, and it also represents everlasting love.
Just as the rings in a tree get older as you count towards the centre of the trunk, so layers of sedimentary rock are older the further down a sequence you look.
The Audi emblem of four overlapping rings represents the merging of four companies, Audi, DKW, Horch and Wanderer.
There are five rings in the olympic flag having each color on each ring.Each represents a country and all of them coming together.
The famous rings symbol of Olympics was designed in 1912. It represents colors from the flags of all the nations that participated in the games that year.
Represents unity, infin-ity, wholeness, and of the Olympic games
The necromancer is a foreshadowing of The Lord of the Rings. He represents Sauron, the 'Eye'.
The rings are 5 different colors and every world flag has at least 1 of those colors. it represents world unity.
You have to be 13 or older
The Lord of the Rings movies have some battle scenes and sad parts that could be scary for younger kids, but they should be okay for 13 and up, for sure, and even a little younger if the parents are okay with it and the kids don't get scared easily.
Each ring represents a year of the tree's lifetime e.g. if a tree has 12 rings it is approximately 12 years old.
The age of a clam can often be identified by the rings on it. Just like when a tree is cut, you count the rings, each ring on the clam represents a year.
Every ring represents 1 year.
It represents honesty, prosperity, knowledge, wealth, and sacrifice.
there are 17 rings on Saturn
Because at the time it was designed, there were held to be five major Continents in the world- each ring represents a Continent, and they are all linked together in friendship.
The rings of a tree shows how old the tree is so if the tree gets older another ring would come.
His actual age is not known but he says in Lord of the Rings that he is older than Gimli and Aragorn The elves are immortal
According to the Olympic logo, in 1913 Coubertin designed the proposal, the International Olympic Committee initially used blue, yellow, black, green and red as the color rings. If the number of rings represents the continents, the colours (six of them, counting the white background) were chosen to ensure that every country would have at least one of the colours in its national flag included.
In gymnastics the rings are suspendede from a bar that is 17 feet 11 inches from the floor. ropes hold the rings 9?
yes, although sometimes they are lower for younger people
Yes, it has rings. The exact number depends how you count them, but if you look closely, it has thousands of rings.
What are character traits that Sam represents from lord of the rings with examples showing the trait?
brave, pure, considerate
The player with the most rings is Henri "the pocket rocket" Richard who has a total of 11 Stanley cup rings , and is also the younger brother of one of the greatest players of all time: Maurice Richard
mars doesn't have any rings
Psycho, Postman always rings twice.
A woodelf called Thranduil, the father of Legolas who in the Lord of the Rings represents Elves among the Nine Walkers.