How many months does a ground hock sleep?
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Asked in Chickens and Roosters, Care of Horses
What is a hock?
Hock (wine), a type of wine; Hock (zoology), part of an animal's leg; Ham hock, the end of a smoked ham. OR Hock; a part of a horse. A hock is a joint made up of many smaller bones. The strength of the hocks are very important as this is the most active joint in the horse hind legs. Poorly conformed hocks may make the horse susceptible to break down if the horse is worked very hard. the part on a chicken at the top of its head that is red
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Asked in Grammar
Is it How many month or How many months in the year?
Asked in Health
What percentage of sleep cycle do infants spend on REM how about adults?
The percentage of time spent in REM for an infant of 1-15 days is about 50% and 3-5 months: 40% and 6-23 months: 30%. The percentage continually decreases as age increases, but many adults tend to keep themselves in REM sleep for about 20-25% of sleep. Again the older people are the less they are in REM sleep and older adults from the ages of 70-85 may drop the amount of time in REM below 20%.
Asked in Koalas
Why do koalas sleep in pouches?
They don't. Only the joey lives in the pouch, and it does not just sleep there. It stays there, permanently attached to a teat for a couple of months, receiving the mother's nutritious milk until it is ready to have "pap", which is another type of food the mother produces. When the joey is old enough to leave the pouch, it then spend many more months clinging to its mother's back.