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Synonyms for carcass

the physical frame of a dead person or animal

Synonyms for carcass

the dead body of an animal especially one slaughtered and dressed for food


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The carcasses included 23 found on outlying islands close to China and 75 in Taiwan proper, the center said in a statement.
As part of a larger study on scavenger community dynamics, we placed carcasses of several species within the Kluane Lake area of Yukon, Canada between January 2015 and July 2017.
Speaking in an interview with BOPA, Wildlife officer Ms Margaret Kgomo urged farmers to find better ways of protecting their livestock from predators rather than poisoning carcasses because they were endangering the lives of scavengers such as vultures.
During this latter audit, researchers surveyed large packing plants encompassing 80% of inspected slaughters to characterize the carcasses. Serving as the baseline for future audits, this audit found genetic changes to the cattle population, combined with management changes, produced carcass with lower yield grades, less subcutaneous fat, larger ribeye areas, and greater hot carcass weights.
The semitendinosus muscle was used to obtain meat color determination by the impossibility of dissect carcasses during the production process of the packing plant.
Seventy five percent of carcasses were very old carcasses while 25 per cent were old.
Insects such as ants are able to opportunistically colonize vertebrate carcasses that show exudates and tissues in decomposition (Early & Goff, 1986; Campobasso, Marchetti, Introna, & Colonna, 2009).
It is accepted that mutton carcasses are fattier than beef carcasses.
MD Sinha, conservator of forest ( Gurgaon range) said: " Dumping of carcasses in the open cannot be justified by any means." " Cattle in places like Gurgaon or any other cities generally suffer joint pain because they stay in cowsheds and are deprived of physical movement.
Adult bobcats were noted to have scavenged on 5% of deer carcasses examined in an Idaho study, compared with 79% of the carcasses which were scavenged by coyotes (Koehler and Hornocker, 1991).
Hence, the objective of this study was to characterize arthropods visiting small animal carcasses in a salt marsh habitat in southeastern Florida.
Naturalistic feeding methods, such as the provision of whole carcasses to zoo animals, are potentially controversial because zoo visitors might not approve of them.