He is the author of a recently published monograph entitled Voices of Thunder: A Case Study of Great Lakes Dewclaw
Rattles (Spellicans Press, 2017).
Like the monk, this body gets a scent, but one that goes in a wilder direction--"redolent / As the retractile dewclaw
on a lion's forepaw.
CONSIDERATIONS: I wrapped nonadhesive moleskin around the leg, placing it under each dewclaw
and securing it with a short piece of Vetrap.
They also have a claw on the inside of their front legs called a dewclaw
, which acts somewhat like a thumb in gripping objects.
is inflamed because I put his bootie on wrong.
The red fox has five toes on its front paws--four in contact with the ground and a dewclaw
on the back of each front leg--and it has four toes on the back paws, no dewclaws
Among the iSCNT embryos generated using the cells of either Fp or Mp, the rate of blastocyst formation and the total number of cells at the blastocyst stage was significantly higher for embryos derived from dewclaw
cells than for those derived from tail-tip cells.
removal is typically performed in conjunction with tail docking.
(doo-claw) A horny accessory digit on the back of the fetlock of many ruminant animals (see Figure 4-10) and pigs.
Some of the footprints are deep enough that they preserve the imprint of a vestigial toe, located in a position on the leg similar to that of a dog's dewclaw
, says Kirkland.
A deer's dewclaw
affixed to a worn moccasin marks it as footwear unique to these people.
Richard Green's newly published Voices of Thunder: A Case Study of Great Lakes Dewclaw
Rattles gathers together all the known examples of these rare objects.