If it has needle like fins, it may be what I know as a Spantickle.
SPANTICKLE (many variations) - Any of a variety of sticklebacks (tiny Freshwater Fish). Also PRICKLY.
Quick reference on the internet, I find, photos here : http://shop.uwphoto.no/search_results_alle.asp?txtsearchParamCat=41&txtsearchParamMan=11&txtsearchParamVen=171
I also find http://www.redpath-museum.mcgill.ca/Qbp/fish/specpages/brookstickleback.htm
If you wanted to wear a short dress you could get a short simple black dress, get a silver mask to go with it, wear silver jewelry, and either black or silver shoes. If you wanted to wear a long dress you could get a black dress with silver accents or a silver dress with black accents, and then get a mask that's the opposite. (If you got the black dress get the silver mask.) Then get shoes to go with the mask, and get black or silver jewelry.
The esophagus is dorsal to the trachea. In humans, you could also say that the esophagus is posterior to the trachea. The esophagus lies dorsal to the trachea.
you could wear black or silver! black would probably be best because u dont want to overwhelm with the metallics
you could probably wear pink, black, or silver shoes.
It's a mutt.. there's no guarantee on color. Black "could" fade to a silver or blue.
Termite swarmer's have bodies that are small and black. They also have silver wings. If you see termite swarmer's in your home, you could possibly have an infestation that would require treatment.
I could be wrong...but if I remember my chemistry....Silver Nitrate?
Definitley! Black is a very elegant colour, you could also where a silver or pearl necklace with it :)
Ok... Black Or Get A Silver Or White Purse And Wera The Same Color Shoe. Black of course. Or you could do something intresting like bright yellow or red shoes. Maybe even metallic silver depending on your jewelry.
The black berry pearl has the colors of red, black, and a tint of silver and gray. It could also come in other colors like blue, green, or completely black.
You cant trade pokemon soul sliver to black or any game you could only trade black to black or white to black
Yes if they are in a lake sometimes they can live together in a fish tank but the frog could eat the minnow
It could be a sprat, which is a small marine fish of the herring family.Or it could be a tiddler, often used to describe a freshwater stickleback or minnow.
it could possibly be the tricolor shark (or bala shark).
Both these nitrates are water soluble when H2S is added in both the solutions Lead forms black ppts. while silver does not.
Black, gold, silver, white, navy, or red could work well with a midnight blue dress.
There are several breeds a black and white hen could be. Marans, Barred Rock, Silver laced Wyandotte are three such breeds. Any of these breeds or cross breeds of these could produce black and white "spotted" chickens.
he could destroy the silver surfer in a second
Could be, but need to see it to be sure.
Yes if accessorised correctly, I would say with black tights/ leggings, black handbag and black necklace: keep the rest simple as the blue could be a bit much but plain black should counteract this. Alternatively, silver accessories would work. For daytime wear, you could wear with white accessories and no tights.
You would need to know if the silver underwent change that left the silver as it was originally, (in this case, having a black substance attach to it) or a change that made the silver into a new substance (like tarnishing). If the silver is still the same before and after the change, it was a physical change. If the substance is changed into a different substance after the change, it is a chemical change.
Depending on how the design is simple silver jewelry will always work. But you could also go with plain all black
The silver would probably be your best bet, but if not then a flashy black would do good as well. That really depends on your personal preference of course, but the black is a good backup.
no it is in white it isn't exactly like soul silver or heart gold were you could catch them both though there is a strong dragon that you can catch called kyurem
There have been varieties of goldfish developed that do not have a dorsal fin but in nature, I believe all fish have a dorsal fin. Of course there could be a species or two that have evolved without one but if so I am unaware of them.