No. But your nose is connected to your mouth.
yes, the nose is connected to the ear.
The ears are connected to the sinuses by way of the Eustachian canal, and the nose and throat are connected by the sinuses and mouth.
Yes. In fact, it is! Your ear is connected to your nose via the eustation tube.
The nose is connected to the nasal bone protrusion via flexible cartilage surrounded by tissue and covered in skin.
because the throat is connected to two other tubes, one which you breath from and one with you eat and drink, the nose is connected to the throat because people breath from the nose aswell as the mouth unless you are a mouth breather
the teeth are located below the nose and above the chin
dolphins have about 100 teeth
the throat is connected to the lungs directly. The nose is then connected to the throat. Hence the mouth can still breath when the nose is blocked.....remember when you drank lemonade and it fizzed back through your nose??
No. I had my wisdom teeth out today, and one of the doctor's instructions was to not blow my nose for at least two weeks.
No. Chip has a black nose, Dale has a red nose. Dale has Goofy type teeth, Chip has regular rodent teeth.
The olfactory nerve is the cranial nerve responsible for innervating the nose.
The gums are the pink skin that the teeth are connected to.
no of course not because there is no holes and your nose is connected to the hole body you couldn't survive without a nose :)
a bottle nose dolphin has 18-26 small sharp teeth on each side of its upper and lower jaw.
Chip has a black nose,smaller teeth and a serious demeanor. Dale has a red nose, buck teeth and is rather silly!
You breathe from your nose because both your mouth and nose airway are connected. Making it possible to breathe two ways
Yes they are connected because the Oral and Nasal Cavities open into the Pharynx.
Chip has a black nose and two centered protruding teeth. Dale on the other hand has a red nose and two buck teeth.