the carcass of an animal, tee hee ;) a carcass of an animal, tee hee ;) or maybe like smiley earrings with fangs
Characteristics of the dead body of an animal, especially one slaughtered for food.
the dead body of an animal is called 'CARCASS'
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The body of a domestic food animal is called a carcass. The body of an animal that dies a natural death in the wild is called carrion.
It is often called a carcass.
Carcass weight is the weight of what's left over of an animal that has been slaughtered, bled out, skinned, gutted and head, tail and legs are removed. Hot carcass weight is the weight of that carcass before it's put in the cooler to cure.
turkey vultures are usually the first animals to eat the carcass of a dead animal.
It's probably something to do with the taste or smell emanating from the carcass of such an animal that turns them off from eating at the carcass.
The correct spelling is carrion (meat on a carcass, a predated animal).
The body of a dead animal that a carnivore (meat eater) eats.
A carnivore and a scavenger.
No, as far as I know, they only eat the rotting meat of the carcass, leaving the bones, horns and other indigestable things behind.
first remove the carcass, then use a strong deodorizer
The correct spelling of the plural of carcass is carcasses (dead animal bodies).
The word is carrion - bodies of dead animals eaten by scavengers. Carrion is defined as "the decaying flesh of dead animals."Carcass is the trunk of an animal such as a cow, sheep, or pig, for cutting up as meat.
Is usully a animal , who eats dead animals maby found on the side of the road or decaying somewhere ? Like voltures , snakes , crows , are all carcass eaters ! ewww .
That all depends on the liveweight, age and breed of the animal. The rule of thumb, however is that the warm carcass weight or dressing yield is typically 58% of the liveweight.