Integumentary system - claws, Biology

CLAWS -

In rabbit and other animals claws present, made up of keratine or S. corneum.

Dorsal plate is unguise & ventral plate is sub unguise.

Helpful in digging of burrows, protection in rabbit.

 

 

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