Sounds like something from a gang or prison but I could be wrong. There aren't any universal meanings for tattoo symbols. Check out tattoo symbolism here: http://tattoo.about.com/cs/beginners/a/symbols_intro.htm But remember, sometimes a rose is just a rose. It doesn't mean or symbolize anything!
Horns of Silence was created in 2007.
It can mean that you are follower of Odin- the Norse (Viking) Pagan God. . . lookup Norse Mythology Odinism Answer The symbol of Odin's horns is not just a tattoo. It was considered the symbol of Odin himself. It composed of three drinking horns interlocking. It was mostly displayed as a sign of commitment and oaths and merry times.
Lower back tattoo or buttocks. horns, bulls eye, spalt target
from personal experience...if on a person of Mexican origin, MS13...or on a white = white devil
No as when the horns grow the blood vessels grow with them and the sinuses and they could bleed profusely or get flyblown.
Are you referring to the Cape and Asian buffalo? If you are, yes it would hurt to get their horns off because there are nerves and blood vessels in those horns. If you are referring to the American bison, no because they are hollow and do not have nearly as many blood vessels or nerves supplying such horns as domestic cattle and cape and asian buffalo do.
No nerves, but not quite like human hair either. Parts of the horns have a blood supply.
They can have horns
Defense Defense is only one use of a goat's horns. This also applies to sheep. Their horns have blood vessels running through them, and the horns help to regulate and cool the blood's temperature, especially on hot days. It is much like a dog panting or us sweating. Having their horns is very important. Many goats (and sheep) are hornless. This is because they were disbudded (horns were surgically removed) or they are polled (horns didn't grow in due to breeding for that purpose). Disbudding is painful and should be done by a qualified veterinarian only, as unexpected side effects can occur (especially infection). Polled attributes can result in other mutations in babies, although they are rare.
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Do lambs have horns? I haqve never seen a lamb with horns.
No. Many horns, except for bison, are connected to the head by bone and nerves and blood vessels, like that in all cattle and other horned species, even those with antlers during the seasons when they are grown. Bison, however, their horns are grown from hair, not keratin, thus making them hollow.
Because he or she may grow horns and rise up and fly off, that's why!
narwhals have horns
No. They belong to the horse family and do not have horns.
yes they do have horns
You can disbud goats with a disbudding iron when they are little kids but when they are adults you should only cut the tip off the horn so they aren't sharp as when the horns grow there are blood vessels that grow with them.
Yes, but they are antlers, not horns. Horns on cattle and other ungulates are not shed like antlers are.
Triceratops horns are made of bone. That is unlike the horns of rhinoceros today, which are made of keratin. Instead, it is similar to the horns of cattle.
A cow. She's not a bull if she has horns, she's still a cow, horns or no.
No, lions are not having horns
No. They have antlers, not horns.