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Asked in Primates
What is the only venomous primate in the world?
Some people believe that slow lorises are venomous. That is because some people have a toxic reaction to the slow loris's bite. The toxic reaction, however, is probably just an allergic reaction to chemicals in its saliva. ...
Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases, Hepatitis
Can saliva cause infections?
Saliva can cause infections. If that person may come in contact with another person who has a dasease or saliva comes in contact with an open wound on the body. If this occurs and burning,dis-color,tingle,or anything unusual occurs seek a doctor. ...
Where does saliva come from in your mouth?
There are a few salivary gland in the mouth. the most dominant ones are the parotid glands. The other dominate spot where saliva is secreted is right below the top of the tongue. ...
Asked in Domestic Dogs, Dog Training, Dog Behavior
What pavlov's dog were trained to do?
They were trained to produce saliva with a stimulus other than the food. Normally, the dogs would only produce saliva when they saw the food and were about to eat. But he used a bell when the food was going to come. That way, the dogs learned that the food was going to come every time the bell rang, thus producing saliva whenever they heard the sound of the bell ringing. ...