whats the normal size of a adult male
Young ravens are fed by both the male and female parent.
it iis called a cob for both male and female
A normal male has both male & female hormones. But male hormones are predominantly higher than female hormones male eunuch female hormones are more than normal giving him female characteristics normal female,both hormones are there but female hormones are predominantly higher than male hormones female eunuchs male hormones are higher than normal.
If your a male its probably kidney stones....
Kidney of a male what? The kidney of a shrew is small the kidney of an elephant is big. We can only answer questions for you if take the time and trouble to make sure they are clear and precise.
I don't know the definite answer to this, but many mammal parents take care of their young.
Both female and male take care of the young.The male hunts for food while the female feeds the young and watch them.
Two young-ish male opera singers come to mind: Jonas Kaufmann who is 44 and Juan Diego Flores who is 40, both are young hits.
It is definutely not normal, you should go see a doctor.you might be morphing into a female,
best and safest is to wait until both male and female are 3 months old
The normal serum creatinine level is 0.6-1.5mg/dL for an adult. A high creatinine level is an indicator for poor kidney function.
Males can get infections like kidney stones.
Yes, both the male and the female take care of the young beavers.
No only the female does the male goes away
About 3100 ml in a healthy young adult male.
Yes. Both parents feed the young.
The ureter has no reproductive function. It carries urine from the kidney to the bladder in both women and men.
It is the male seahorse that receives eggs from the female, and which he fertilises. The young hatch and develop in a special pouch on the male, who releases the young when they are ready to emerge into the sea.
calf is a baby! cow is a female and bull is a male but both male and female are calfs when young!
Young alpacas are called crias. A young male would be a male cria.
I have one and I am a male.
No you can not, you should never ever put two male rabbits together unless they are BOTH very young.
A normal adult BUN is 10-20 mg/dl. A normal creatinine is 0.6-1.2 mg/dl. These values should be very close to having a 1:20 (createnine:BUN) ratio, this indicates normal kidney function.