Any animal with testicles will feel pain if kicked there. it's just as painful for them as for people, so don't do it. Their reponse to your causing them pain depends on the animal. Some will try to kill you or attack, some will run away. I wouldn't test this on bears, dogs, cats, skunks, deer, raccoons, geese or llamas. I wouldn't test this at all actually because it would be mean (and I would probably be hurt and/ or feel guilty).
the back legs are the hind.
the hind legs
I am not sure what you mean but animal which walk on their hind legs have straight legs and they are called bipedalanimals.
Hind Hind Legs was created on 2006-04-18.
Between the hind legs of a mare.
They are found between the hind legs.
between their hind legs. Get it? "hind" is a female red deer. hahaha@
Kangaroos are known to rear up on their tails and use their hind legs to kick. Their hind legs are very powerful and can cause severe damage to a human or animal.
4 hind legs
Of course a lamb has hind legs.
An animal standing on it's hind legs may seem hard to us but its just like standing on one foot. Some animals stand on there hind legs. This probably won't help but pandas do stand on their hind feet sometimes Animals which stand on their hind legs include all members of the kangaroo family - over 65 species. Native hopping mice also stand on their hind legs.
Between the horse's hind legs.
On mammal males, between their hind legs.
Giraffes hind legs and front legs are both very strong, however, its front legs are just a bit stronger than the hind legs as they are shorter.
Either a nerve got pinched from being overworked, or something else has caused paralysis of the hind legs in the animal. Better get him checked out by a vet.
A panda can walk on all four legs or both hind legs.
Fleas jump with their hind legs, not beetles.
her legs are broken. you should take her to the vet
It's a term for an external anatomical part of a bovine. The flank is located just between the belly and the hind legs. It is the area where the udder or scrotum can be seen if the animal pulls its hind leg back slightly.
A biped .