Why does the magnifcent male frigate bird have a large throat pouch?
the purpose of the throat pouch for the male frigate bird is to attract mates during courtship and used as a defece mechanism to scare predators.
Frigate birds... My favorite! :)
The Male Magnificent Frigatebird is glossy black with and orange throat pouch that becomes bright red when inflated in courtship display.
Pelican frigate bird grouse
* Pelican * frigate bird * grouse
The pelican is known for catching and carrying fish in its large bill and throat pouch.
The pouch on the front of a Turkey's area is called a wattle.
The pouch like thing on a turkeys neck area is a wattle.
Whale Pleats Throat pleats, or throat groves),allow the throat to expand a great deal (kind of like an accordion) This usually happens when the whale is catching masses of small fish with big gulps of water. This forms a pouch called a gular pouch.
the answer is a wattle
The crop of any bird is a pouch in the throat where food it stored. You can feel the crop when the bird has eaten a large amount by touching it's neck about a half an inch from the bottom of the beak.
It's called a waddle.
The small intestines joins the large intestines at the cecum. The cecum isn't really a pouch, but the appendix, which is a pouch, is also attached to the cecum.
The blind pouch at the beginning of the large intestine is called the cecum, and it has the vermiform appendix attached underneath.
It's a "wattle". Some humans have them, also.
The small pouch located at the end of the large intestine is the rectum. This is where the stool is stored before being passed out.
A pouch like area at the front of a turkey's throat is known as a waddle. It is often referred to as the gobbler, but the correct name is waddle.
It is a small pouch by the large intestines
The pouch like area at the front of a turkey's throat is called the waddle. It is used as a cooling device and as part of a display for how the turkey feels.
The waddle is the pouch like area located at the front of the turkey's throat. It can be used as a cooling device to help cool the bird when the weather is hot.
you don't feed them you feed them by puttin a pouch with food that can b eatin it has to b by their sides
The pouch that hangs from the front of a turkey's throat is called a wattle. The wattle is a rusty reddish color, but when the male turkey does is mating dance it turns a bright red.
The cecum is a small pouch that is the first section of the large intestines in animals. This pouch is tasked with receiving waste from the ileum of the small intestines.
The cecum is a pouch that is connected to the ascending colon of the large intestine.
Penguins usually drink the milk from their family's father or their mate's pouch that they have in their throat and drink that kind of the same way they eat.
the pelican has a very large mouth pouch.
The bird's crop is a muscular pouch near the gullet or throat. The crop expands to store excess food for later digestion.
There is no single answer to this question as the size of a kangaroo's pouch changes with the growth of the joey. The female can control the muscles which in turn control the size of both the pouch and the opening. Thus, she can contract the muscles so that the pouch is secure against her abdomen, or relax them when she needs to clean out the pouch. Suffice to say, the pouch can become large… Read More
i believe it is the appendice
The sheep's caecum is quite big and this is what makes it possible for sheep to digest fiber. This is a large pouch that is found at the end of the large intestine.
Owls do not eat koalas. Adult koalas are too large, and koala joeys are protected in the mother's pouch. Even when koala yes emerge from the mother's pouch to cling to her back for several months, they are too large for owls to attack.
The cecum is called a blind pouch because this is exactly what it is - an extension off the large intestine near the junction of the large and small intestines that has one opening at one end. The other end is closed, forming a long tube similar to a sock.
What groups of mammals gives birth to the offspring that spends a little time the mother's body and develop in a special pouch?
Marsupials are mammals with a pouch. A female marsupial gives birth to a very tiny baby, which climbs into a pouch on its mother's belly. Then the baby nurses and continues to grow until it's large enough it doesn't need the pouch for protection.
wrong it is not the appendix it is peristalsis
It isn't. It is born via the mother's birth canal, from where it makes its way up to the mother's pouch, which it reaches by instinct. Its large nose already has a well developed sense of smell, so it is able to smell the milk in the mother's nipples within the pouch, and this draws it up to the pouch. It climbs there by clinging to the mother's fur with its tiny claws.
There is no jelly-like substance in a kangaroo's pouch. Inside the pouch is dry and warm, and secure for the tiny embryo, which initially resembles a blob of jelly. It stays attached to the mother's teat for several months, until it grows into a joey large enough to begin leaving the pouch for short periods of time. In all, the joey stays in the pouch for about eight months (235 days), depending on the species.
it's a disease of the esophagus. it can cause problems with digestion. it's basically a pouch or pocket of streched tissue that develops on the esophagus and protrudes outwards onto a weak area of the throat.
I don't really know what you mean by this, but as far as I know, you might be talking about the gall bladder.
go to the Tailor shop and upgrade your poison pouch to large : )
This may be the word cecum which is a pouch where the small intestine attaches to the large. The appendix is also located here.
A large long-winged warm-water seabird having a large bill with a expandable pouch for fish. A pelican is a bird that scoops fish (along with water) from the ocean and then eats the fish.
Yes, hummingbirds land when they perch. After a meal of nectar, a hummingbird will perch. Hummingbirds store their food in a pouch at the base of their throat. This pouch is called a crop. While they are perching this food is moving from the crop to the stomach for digestion. It only takes hummingbirds about 10 minutes to digest their food. Hummingbirds do not walk or hop like other birds though.
A gecko's toe pads help it climb. Anoles throat pouch help it attract a mate. A tail falling of can save it's live if grabbed if by the tail. Trust me I had both lizzards
The small intestine joins the large intestine (colon) at the cecum in the right lower abdominal cavity. Here, also, is the appendix, a blind pouch projecting from the cecum.
A blind pouch is called a diverticulum. It is most commonly seen in the large bowel but may also occur in the duodenum or small bowel
The caecum (also cecum) is a pouch-like structure at the beginning of the large intestine between the ileum and the colon. It is the structure to which the appendix is attached.
Yes, the dunnart has a pouch. Most, not all, marsupials do have a pouch.
The pouch is also called the "brood pouch".
Your 1st small pouch, can be obtained from Mage of Zamorak when you do a mini quest for him to unlock the abyssal dungeon used for quick runecrafting, a small pouch is also your reward, if you lose that one... --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...Option 2, kill Abyssals for pouches, they tend to drop small, medium, large and giant pouches, bare in mind they all req. diff RC levels to use.
Not at all. A female echidna lays a single egg directly into a pouch (or rather, a flap of skin) which she develops during the breeding season. She incubates the egg in the pouch. When the baby echidna has grown large enough to develop its sharp spines, it is transferred to a burrow.
There is no one-letter word for a kangaroo pouch. Single words for the pouch include marsupium and pouch.