For a few minutes she thought her windpipe was crushed.
But he cannot in any degree breathe through his mouth, for, in his ordinary attitude, the Sperm Whale's mouth is buried at least eight feet beneath the surface; and what is still more, his windpipe has no connexion with his mouth.
Furthermore, as his windpipe solely opens into the tube of his spouting canal, and as that long canal--like the grand Erie Canal--is furnished with a sort of locks (that open and shut) for the downward retention of air or the upward exclusion of water, therefore the whale has no voice; unless you insult him by saying, that when he so strangely rumbles, he talks through his nose.
The major source of chondroitin sulfate commercially is from the cartilaginous rings of bovine trachea (the windpipe in cattle).
Coyotes Tend to go for the throat of sheep and lambs, clamping down on the windpipe or severing the jugular vein.
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