no claws in a sentence
1. They usually have long hind limbs that fold underneath them, shorter forelimbs, webbed toes with no claws, no tails, large eyes and glandular moist skin.
2. In most amphibians, there are four digits on the fore foot and five on the hind foot, but no claws on either.
3. Ranidae. Frogs have no tail, except as larvae, and most have long hind legs, elongated ankle bones, webbed toes, no claws, large eyes, and a smooth or warty skin.
4. Clawed lobsters are not closely related to spiny lobsters or slipper lobsters, which have no claws (chelae), or to squat lobsters.
5. The individual segments of the tarsus are sometimes fused together and fused with the tibia, and the pretarsi have no claws.
6. It typically grows to a length of 30 cm (12 in) and is a reddish-brown color with stripes along the legs, and has a pair of enlarged antennae but no claws.
7. She is also a superb hand-to-hand combatant capable of taking down Wolverine in a one-to-one no-claws fight.
8. The second and third had fingers, but they were quite short and had no claws.
9. Also like related dinosaurs, Majungasaurus had very short forelimbs with four extremely reduced digits, first reported with only two very short external fingers and no claws.
10. In 2012, a better specimen was described, showing that the lower arm was robust, though short, and that the hand contained four metatarsals and four, probably inflexible and very reduced, fingers, possibly with no claws.
11. It is a flattened, reddish brown animal, up to 23 cm (9 in) long and 14 cm (6 in) wide, with flattened antennae and no claws.
12. The powerful legs have a thick covering of hair on the tarsi, which have no claws.
13. Geldron resembles a large crab with no claws, a pumpkin colored head with 2 yellow eyes, a purple underside with the boss symbol and 4 blue legs with turquoise knees and feet that resemble claws.
14. They have no claws (pincers).
15. The newborn young are small, naked, blind, deaf and have no claws.
16. It has no claws, two spiny rostra over the eyes, and two pairs of large antennae, like all spiny lobsters.
17. the opposable big toe has no claws, while the smaller second and third toes are fused together.
18. The whole body is almost ovoid, the first pereiopods have no claws, and the telson is long, none of which are seen in related groups.
19. Adults may grow to 1 foot (30 cm) long, are camouflaged, and have no claws.
20. Despite the name "lobster", slipper lobsters such as Scyllarides latus have no claws, and nor do they have the protective spines of spiny lobsters.
21. When confronted with a predator, S. latus has no claws or spines to repel the predator, and instead either clings to the substrate, or swims away with powerful flexion of the abdomen, or "tail-flips".
22. There are no claws on the first four pairs of walking legs.
23. Cete have some cartilaginous, some bony teeth, no nostrils but a fistulous opening in the anterior and upper part of the head, pectoral fins instead of feet, horizontal, flattened tails, no claws, live in the ocean, and feed on mollusca and fish.
24. The adult is sand-coloured and well camouflaged, and has no claws or spines.
25. The corolla is 14 to 16 mm long and has no claws.
26. They have no claws, no fangs, no wings.
27. Animals obtain food by force. Man has no claws, no fangs, no horns, no great strength of muscle.
28. No claws for alarm: Astonishingly, these cheetahs, whose instinct is to hunt for food, decide to play with this baby impala.
29. I've got no claws, no wings, no venom, even mantis has those... thingies.
- no tails
- large eyes
- glandular moist skin
- smooth skins
- warty skins
- a formal one
- numerous exceptions
- this rule
- the family Bufonidae
- the "true toads
- (Conraua goliath
- (0.30 in) Paedophryne amauensis
- the smallest known vertebrate
- water and damp habitats
- polar areas
- three suborders
- the scientific community
- some families
- Future molecular studies
- further insights
- their evolutionary relationships
- The suborder Archaeobatrachia
- four families
- primitive frogs
- few derived features
- other frog lineages
- The six families
- the more evolutionarily advanced suborder Mesobatrachia
- the fossorial Megophryidae
- the obligatorily aquatic Pipidae
- certain characteristics
- the two other suborders
- the largest suborder
- the remaining families
- most common species
- the over 5,000 extant species
- the Latin cauda
- elongated, low-slung animals
- a symplesiomorphic trait
- scale-free skins