What are some body parts that chimpanzees use to defend themselves?
Chimps will use their teeth and their claws to defend themselves. They will use their tails, arms, hands, legs, and feet to escape up into the jungle canopy.
by blending in with other things and using special body parts.
your body defends most of your parts of your body
Chameleons defend themselves by changing the colour of their body, allowing them to blend into their surroundings. This is called camouflage.
Teeth are the only human body parts incapable of repairing themselves.
They roll into a ball and the armor on its body will help it keep safe. Armadillos defend themselves by using their shell on their backs to cover them then they can act dead to throw off predators.
Armadillos will use their claws to defend themselves.
wash themselves to be healthy they all parts of the body
a beack and claw to defend itself
tigers clean themselves by licking the dirty parts of their body
Of course, one of the main ways they protected themselves were their tusks. Another way they protected themselves was their body weight. They are very big animals.
The parts of the dancer's body includes their arms, legs, feet, hands, and torso. These are the primary parts used to help them perform for themselves and other.
The three organs that replenish themselves are the heart, liver and kidneys.
with there feet wings and other body parts
First they detect a infection in an area of the body. Then they wrap themselves around the microbe and kind of explode.
Crabs have adapted to have armor to protect their body. Many species also have claws, in order to defend themselves.
it uses its trunk to protect itself and their big body to protect its young and its feet to run away.
Squids use ink to defend themselves.Ink makes the enemy blind to see the squid. Squids also cause their body to change colors and patterns to blend in with the background.
deers use their antlers
by there wing to fly
Injuring enemies with hard thorny body parts.
EVERYTHING in the human body is made of atoms... except perhaps the atoms themselves.
how does white blood cell defend the body
Red foxes have the ability to encompass their whole body with their tail to protect themselves. It will also use it's teeth and claws to attack, and then it's speed to run away.
what compensations does the body have to do to defend cardiac output
They do have nucleus because they need to control themselves to the heart and the other body parts.
The opussom have both very sharp teeth and claws with which to defend themselves is situations such as being attacked or cornered.
the lymphatic system defend the body from diseases and invading microorganisms
Like humans, chimpanzees have bilateral symmetry. This means that the right half of the body is a mirror image of the left half.
Cats lick their private parts by throwing their heads back and licking themselves uncontrollably
White blood cells defend the body against diseases.
Sand Dollars are echinoderms. They have the spiny skin to protect themself, and also hard bristles all over their body. They also bury themselves in the sand and blend in so that it is hard for a predator to see them.
Some animals would camouflage when they sense danger like the Chameleon. Some animals can imitate other animal sounds to scare predators away. Some of them use bad smelling odor to make the predator avoid it. They could also use their protection like Spiky and Thorny body parts. They could also defend themselves at times of danger.
Blood cells defend the body basically by destroying virus cells. They do this basically by inhaling them.
they defend against infection and viruses
Different cells have different lifespans. The different cells of your body are constantly replacing themselves as they die. Some parts of your body are "new" within a week and others in a month. Too bad are cars could not repair themselves like our body.
The immune system is responsible for helping to defend the body against diseases.
Defend body .
They get them as caterpillars - from eating the leaves of poisonous plants. The toxins are stored in the caterpillars body, and retained by the adult after metamorphosis into the butterfly.
To answer your second question, these four parts of the cow's stomach do not themselves have parts, they are simply parts themselves of a single cow's stomach. The whole purpose of these chambers or compartments is to make it easier to digest roughage more efficiently and use the subsequent effort of digestion as a source of energy for reproduction, body maintenance, mobility, growth, and overall health.
Caterpillars defend themselves by having bristles on their body that would lodge in the skin if swallowed. They also look poisonous by nature. You can get more information about Caterpillars and their defenses at the Wikipedia.
Sponges are invertebrate animals that usually have no body symmetry and never have tissues or organs while Cnidarians use stinging cells to capture food and defend themselves.
it used it body
They sort of lick their paws and rub them against their face. They also reach round to clean other parts of their body.
Umm Weird Question to ask but because some body parts should be kept to themselves....not for everyone to see.
Rome did not try to defend any body of water. She conquered all the lands on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
snakes can camoflage and probably at night they steal food from kitchens.they kill or get food and drink water from a pond. they protect themselves by biting,wrapping themselves on the victum or predators body parts,and they wrap themselves in a high place.
A fox will use it's speed to run away from predators. It can also escape using it's claws and teeth. They also have the ability to wrap their tail around their body for protection.
That is simple.. Dolphins, Chimpanzees and Humans, are different from most mammals because they have similar bones in there body. Why don't you look their systems in their bodies to compare.
Adaptations are the body parts a living thing uses to adapt to its environment. Endoparasites have cuticles to protect themselves from being digested by their host.
In addition to helping people open themselves to the nonrational parts of the psyche, labyrinth walking puts them in touch with simple body rhythms.