There are blue-tongued lizards, and also two dogs, the Chow and the shar-pei, which has blue tongues.Giraffe has a blue tongue naturally but Blue tongue is also a disease condition of cattle,buffalo in which colour of tongue changes from red to blue.the lizard and the chow
Nonpathologic means not disease-causing or not related to disease. For instance, a non-pathologic blue tongue may be the result of eating blue Jolly Rancher candy.
They are 10 blue-tongue lizardsexample:blue- tongue skink
No they will have many fights that can lead to disease or death
the blue tailed dosent have a blue tongue and the blue tongue lizard hasn't got a blue tail. :)
A contagion is either a disease spread by contact, the spread of such a disease, or the spread of anything harmful, as if it were a disease.
blue vanes, blue under the tongue i have it too
Glossopathy means any disease of the tongue.
the blue tongue lizard uses its tongue as a defense mechanism. When a predator sees the blue tongue it thinks the lizard is poisonous, when it isn't.
Macaque monkeys do indeed spread disease. These animals spread a harsh disease known as monkeypox.
blue tongue lizards live in burows
blotched blue tongue lizard
The Chow Chow is known to have a blue tongue.
The Shape of the Blue tongue virus is a sphere.
no it won't
Blue Tongue Entertainment ended in 2011.
A blue-tongue is another term for the blue-tongued lizard, any of several species of Australian skinks in the genus Tiliqua.
i believe that a disease cant spread because it is not contagious
Any infected creature can spread disease.
Name three insect that spread disease
An Epidemiologist studies the spread of disease.
The blue-tongued skink is most distictive for its bright blue tongue.
the blue tonged macaroni penguin
Bluetongue disease is a non-contagious and insect-borne disease of ruminants, mainly sheep and less frequently cattle, goats, buffalo, and deer.It is caused by the Bluetongue virus (BTV).Major signs are high fever, excessive salivation, swelling of the face and tongue and cyanosis of the tongue. Swelling of the lips and tongue gives the tongue its typical blue appearance, though this sign is confined to a minority of the animals. Nasal symptoms may be prominent, with nasal discharge and stertorous respiration.