What Is a Dewlap?

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The Dewlap is a flap of skin beneath the lower jaw. Fat is stored beneath the surface of the skin. If an animal has a fur coat there will a flap outside the dewlap. You can find more information here: http://www.pets.ca/articles/dog-dewlap.htm
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Answer a dewlap is mass of skin under a rabbits neck Answer A fold of skin that depends from the neck. It's a normal feature; not a condition. This occurs in dogs and humans as well
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Dewlap:1:a hanging fold of loose skin on an elderly person's
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dewlap: a hanging fold of loose skin on an elderly person's neck
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n. A fold of loose skin hanging from the neck of certain animals. A pendulous part similar to this, such as the wattle of a bird. A fold of loose skin hanging from the neck of a person
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dew·lap
[doo-lap, dyoo-]
NOUN
1.
a pendulous fold of skin under the throat of a bovine animal.
2.
any similar part in other animals, as the wattle of fowl or the inflatable loose skin under the throat of some lizards.
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