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Males of the carnivorous Jackson's chameleon (Trioceros jacksonii) have three hornlike structures on their heads (also found in a couple of related species). From what I know, these are true horns, which means that they are pointed keratin-covered protrusions that have a core of living bone, see e.g. this website from Toronto Zoo (this page also claims that ...


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As far as alive carnivorous land animals go, there are non. But let's search in the sea: Narwhal (Monodon monoceros) courtsey: http://i.huffpost.com/gen/1625488/images/o-NARWHAL-facebook.jpg Longhorn cowfish(Lactoria cornuta) courtesy: Wikipedia They are omnivourus and feed mainly on microorganism. There are loads of sites claiming them horned ...


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The white circle in the center is a bone, probably the femur. The muscles are covered with an external later of fascia, the epimysium (here's a question with some information). These layers separate muscles from each other, and often fat will also deposit in the spaces between muscles, which is what the white lines between muscle bellies are. There is also ...



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