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why do beagle ears have slits in them?

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"In medical terminology, the slit on a dog's ear is called the "cutaneous marginal pouch." In everyday English, this translates to "a small pouch of the skin."The cutaneous marginal pouch is located on the outside portion of a dog's ear, farthest away from the body. It is located between the conch and scaphal of the ear. The slit on a dog's ear serves no known purpose, according to the book "Canine Anatomy." "


In medical terminology, the slit on a dog's ear is called the "cutaneous marginal pouch." In everyday English, this translates to "a small pouch of the skin."The cutaneous marginal pouch is located on the outside portion of a dog's ear, farthest away from the body. It is located between the conch and scaphal of the ear. The slit on a dog's ear serves no known purpose, according to the book "Canine Anatomy."


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