I’m not quite sure what to make of this statement. The fact is that many animals are able to detect small objects and can easily tell if they are too heavy. It is said that sardines have scales and are able to tell the difference.
I don’t know about that either, because I have never seen sardines with scales. But if cats and dogs can easily detect light, I’m sure they’d notice if they had scales. And if they were able to feel the scale, they would also be able to feel the texture on the outside of the scales. And since there are scales, they must be able to feel texture as well. So we have a strong possibility that sardines have scales.
And if that is the case, then why is it that we can’t see them? I mean if scales were a big part of their physiology, they would have been able to see us.
Sardines have scales, as well as eyes, nose, beak and a lot of other things. And they are animals that are not entirely transparent. But if you can see through their scales, they probably have scales. And since they are animals that are not entirely transparent, I am pretty sure that they have scales too. And if they are able to feel the texture of our scales, then they can possibly feel the texture on the outside of our scales.
This is a little more controversial, but the idea that sardines have scales is not as far-fetched as it might seem. The scales, which are made out of protein, are actually actually the scales of the animal itself.
While it is unknown to us exactly how the scales are made, it is known that the scales are actually made from the protein in the sardines body. In other words, the scales are the scales.
The scales are made out of a protein called galactose. The galactose is a compound sugar that is a naturally-occurring amino acid. It has many other properties that are all related to the size of the molecule, and the same goes for the chemical composition of the protein. Galactose is a protein of the size of a gram of salt, and you can see that the size of your pig’s eye is about the square of the size of a gram of salt.
The body of a fish (like that of the sardine) is much larger than the body of the human. The scales in sardines make up about 80% of their body when you include the liver, viscera, and internal organs. The scales in fish are made up of a protein called alexin. Alexin is a naturally-occurring amino acid.
The fish you see in your world eat sardines in very small quantities (about 10-15 per person per day). In our world the sardines are in much larger quantities and have to be fed to humans. This can be very stressful for the fish, and so the scientists who study them have devised a process that helps the fish digest their food easier.
The process is called gastroplasmos. This means it is a process that takes place in the stomach, which is basically a big stomach that is the size of a small pizza. When you eat a fish, your sardine-eating body goes into a state called gastroplasm, where it uses the alexin in the fish’s food to make new protein compounds.