their tails in a sentence
1. Several species often hold their tails upright.
2. They can hang by their tails if necessary.
3. These birds wag their tails frequently.
4. Their tails were also relatively shorter.
5. Several species often hold their tails upright.
6. Their tails are grey with dark bands.
7. Their tails are thick, tapering to a blunt tip.
8. Several species often hold their tails upright.
9. Several species often hold their tails upright.
10. Several species often hold their tails upright.
11. Several species often hold their tails upright.
12. Their tails are pointed or bluntly rounded.
13. Their tails are short.
14. Their tails are long and black in colour.
15. Their tails are broad and squared.
16. Cats often use their tails to communicate.
17. Occasionally, they dangle just by their tails.
18. Their tails can be as long as their bodies.
19. Their tails are forked.
20. They habitually fan and flick their tails.
21. Thresher shark strike with their tails.
22. Their tails and wings have white feathers.
23. Thresher sharks strike with their tails.
24. Tigers have a variety of uses for their tails.
25. When jumping, they use their tails as rudders.
26. Speedy then tells them to wag their tails.
27. Their tails weigh about 16-20 kilos.
28. Their tails are fishlike and intertwined.
29. Dogs wag their tails when they are pleased.
30. Waggle their tails and off they go.
- quite different mechanisms
- Their vertebral columns
- limb girdles
- Terrestrial adults
- their lateral line systems
- their sensory systems
- new methods
- their body heat
- ambient temperature
- a terrestrial environment
- Their skins
- harmful ultraviolet rays
- excessive water loss
- The superclass Tetrapoda
- four classes
- vertebrate animals
- four limbs
- the eggs
- the female
- several membranes
- these membranes
- various strategies
- the vulnerable aquatic larval stage
- one or two frogs
- brackish water
- mangrove swamps
- salt water lakes
- moist habitats
- a simplified anatomy
- two evolutionary trends
- an unusually large genome
- a slower growth and development rate
- their size
- their rapid metamorphosis
- all other known lines
- a remodeling
- the feeding apparatus
- the metamorphosis
- an early stage
- the larvae