Since a pigs and humans are mammals, their brains are basically the same as far as structures. The size of the different structures differs, but the basic composition is very similar.
Because pigs and humans are mammals, their brains are relatively similar. The basic structures in the brain are the same, but the size of the structures may differ.
in the mouth
Usually, yes. But the teats on a bore are for no purpose.
Aside from the general shape, the main difference between the skulls of humans and pigs is the presence of premaxilla in the pig skull. This structure is found at the tip of the upper jaw, and acts as a separate bone for the snout.
the answer is yes.aftern the guinea pigs returned from mare,scientist discoverd that the guinea pigs became,infact,symbiotic.
pigs and farts
The difference between feeding cows, pigs and goats is the type of food they eat. Pigs will eat almost anything in addition to their feed. Cows and goats will graze and also eat feed.
If you turn them over you will see a difference
guinea pigs are much larger
The difference is that one has a shade of black and one has a color of pink.
hamsters have been smaller than guinea pigs and gerbils look like squirrels but smaller
One is made from pigs and the other from beef (cows or cattle).
pigs and snakes
A guinea pig's brain is 4 grams in weight.
Theres a whole latta differences between a human body and a pig fetus which is jst about everything down do DNA and chromasomes but the difference between a fetal human n a fetal pig is the DNA, chromosomes, and development
There are no noticeable difference in fetal elimination of nitrogenous wastes which would account for the structural differences between pigs and humans. Waste is eliminated through urination.