The pouch is called a Marsupium.
The pouch is also called the "brood pouch".
A marsupial's pouch is a marsupium.
The female kangaroo does: her brood pouch.
When referring to marsupials, the pouch is called a marsupium.
All species of kangaroos carry their young in their pouch. Kangaroos are marsupials and the pouch is a marsupium. Almost all marsupials have a pouch.
The pouch of skin that contains the testes is called the scrotum.
A kangaroo's pouch is called just that: a pouch. The biological term is marsupium.
Yes, Opossums do have aPouch...These animals are called Marsupialia
Generally it's just called a pouch.
A Kock pouch is sometimes called a continent ileostomy because it is drained with a tube
Kangaroos keep their young, called joeys, in a pouch at the front of their abdomen. This pouch is called a marsupium.
If the question is referring to the pouch of a marsupial, its proper name is marsupium.
It is called the scrotum
They are called "Female".
A kangaroo's pouch is actually called a marsupium. Most (not all) marsupials have pouches, or marsupia.The purpose of the marsupium, or pouch, is to shelter the joey until it is fully developed. Newborn joeys crawl into the mother's pouch where they latch onto a teat, which swells in their mouth, securing them in the pouch.
shampoo is called du shampoing (masc.)
Area between uterus and rectum is called as recto-uterine pouch or pouch of Douglas. The fold of peritoneum is there in this pouch.
An animal's pouch is called a marsupium.
It is called a Sporran
Any marsupial's pouch (including that of the sugar glider) is called a marsupium.
The pouch on the front of a Turkey's area is called a wattle.
A pouch from the rectum is called a rectocele. A pouch from the bladder is a cystocele.
penguins do not have a pouch, they put the egg between their legs and cover it with their body fat
its called downunders natural shampoo!