Why do mosquito always bite on on the back side of your limbs instead of the front where you can see them?
Asked in Animal Health
What are the differneces of a frogs fore limbs and hind limbs?
What is the difference in the forelimbs and the hindlimbs of a frog?
Asked in Monkeys
Why does a dog have 4 legs and a bird has 2?
Asked in Lobster
What is the function of the chelipeds on a lobster?
Asked in Frogs
How many limbs does a frog have including fingers and toes?
Asked in Komodo Dragon
How does the komodo dragon move?
The same way other lizards do, by moving the forelimbs and rearlimbs. The left front and right rear limbs move forward, while the right front and left rear limbs remain stationary. Then it is the turn of the left front and right rear limbs. As a result, their bodies flex from side to side as they walk or run. In fact, the way they move on land is similar to the way fish swim.
Asked in Care of Horses
Do the front limbs of a bat cat and horse show similar structure?
Asked in Reptiles
How many legs do most reptiles have?
Asked in Biology
Why do aquatic animals need less skeletal support?
Because of buoyancy. Buoyancy is a force caused by fluid pressure. Buoyancy can cancel out gravity, so that an animal living in the water does not even need limbs to support its body weight. Dolphins and whales, for example do not need any limbs. They have turned their front limbs into flippers and their rear limbs have almost disappeared entirely.