The blood vessels and nerves that supply the head are poorly documented in dinosaur fossils, but the new study published in online journal Scientific Reports shows that Neovenator may have possessed pressure receptors in the skin of its snout
- similar to those which allow crocodiles to forage in murky water.
The enormous dinosaurs' snouts
, laden with nerve endings, may have been used to nuzzle mates in a dinosaur make out session before sex, (http://www.
Add whatever you want to make your dragon amazing, such as thick haws, sharp cheeks, and extra curve to the snout
An embryo must keep its snout
aligned with the hole for a speedy exit.
Ian Badham of the local air ambulance service said: "He found a spanner and bashed at least one crocodile on the snout
The OED provides ample evidence that in the middle of the 19th century (1857>1888) the verb snout
acquired a short-lived zoosemic human-specific (evaluatively neutral) sense 'to root, dig up, or grub, with or as with the snout
' related conceptually to the zone BEHAVIOUR (e.
Dracula - This bite-size vampire should never be worn in front of a mirror.
Mobley says he saw something move in the debris and it turned out to be a snout
, not a skier.
3) in snout
length; short barbel on each side of ventral snout
, its length 5.
However, Warren said, Kabang may well have to contend with the fact that she would be spending the rest of her life without her upper snout
restored even by prosthetics only.
Summary: A Filipino dog with no snout
is taken to the US for surgery.
A Chinese crested's short snout
, beady eyes and white whiskers earned it the title of World's Ugliest Dog at the annual contest in Northern California on Friday.