Now We Know Why Platypus Are So Weird - Their Genes Are Part Bird, Reptile, And Mammal sciencealert.com/platypus…
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New Whale Species Discovered; Lends Proof Other Large Mammals May Be Undiscovered thevast.net/post/breaking…
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Vaquita, the world's rarest mammal
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Scientists may have finally found a solution to sodium battery design by mimicking a common biological construct: mammal bones. By designing a cathode with a soft interior and tough exterior, scientists were able to create a battery that maintains 91 percent charge capacity over 10,000 cycles. inverse.com/innovation/bo…
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Chevrotains are the smallest hoofed mammals in the world
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U.S. renews navy's right to harm marine mammals during testing and training off Pacific Coast cbc.ca/news/canada/britis…
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Whales alive: beaked species spotted for first time by Chinese scientists. Three whales seen in South China Sea were Deraniyagala’s beaked whales or ginkgo-toothed beaked whales. The least-known marine mammals, these species have previously been spotted only dead and stranded. scmp.com/news/china/scien…
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Hoofed Mammals are born with a rubbery capsule covering their hooves to protect the mother's insides. Unfortunately they also look like horrific lovecraftian amalgamations of fish, gel, and sinew.
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TIL Dolphins sometimes play with Orcas, even though some Orcas eat Dolphins. Researchers believe this is because Orcas that eat red meat tend to avoid Orcas that only eat fish, so if they stay near the fish-eaters, they won't encounter the mammal-eaters. cbc.ca/news/technology/pa…
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Dolly is a finn-dorset sheep, but what makes her special is being the very first mammal cloned from an adult somatic cell, using the process of nuclear transfer - replacement of the DNA within a stem with the DNA of a previously deceased organism, thus cloned. (Dolly with her first born. Bonnie)
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This tiny, mountain-dwelling mammal with a teddy bear face is called Ili Pika. It is small rabbit-like with short limbs and round ears. Ili Pika is an ancient species that lives in high altitude of Tain Shan mountain & now listed as endangered with less than 1,000 left in the wild.
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The skull of Macrauchenia patachonica, a mammal from the late Pleistocene, is pretty silly.
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this cutie is a Manul, aka Pallas’s cat. it’s native to the Himalayas, Tibetan Plateau, South Siberian Mountains etc. their diet consists of rodents and small mammals and is placed as β€œleast concern” on the IUCN Red List of 2020. Manuls are solitary animals and can live up to 11 years (ic).
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Dolphins can consciously slow down their hearts before diving, and can even adjust their heart rate depending on how long they plan to dive for. The findings provide new insights into how marine mammals conserve oxygen and adjust to pressure while diving to avoid β€œthe bends”. eurekalert.org/pub_releas…
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Meet the Colugos! Arboreal gliding mammals that are native to Southeast Asia. A fur-covered membrane, called patagium, connects to their face, paws, and tail. This enables them to glide in the air for distances of up to 200 meters (650 feet) between trees.
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TIL that honeybees can recognize human faces. Whereas before it was thought that only large brained mammals could distinguish faces, but honeybees can do this as well! They see faces in a compilation of 5,000 individual images – kind of like pixels. scientificamerican.com/ar…
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Research finds that crows know what they know and can ponder the content of their own minds, a manifestation of higher intelligence and analytical thought long believed the sole province of humans and a few other higher mammals. statnews.com/2020/09/24/c…
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White rhinos are the second largest land mammal after the elephant. The world's last two surviving northern white rhino Najin (left) and Fatu, are mother and daughter. Their species is functionally extinct. The last of their kind.
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Why does Nuzleaf have nipples? It's a plant, not a mammal.

Why does Nuzleaf have nipples?

It really doesn't make sense to me. It's not like a plant can lactate.

I don't mean to pick on Nuzleaf too much, I'm stoked he was around! Don't forget 2nd evolution pokΓ©mon give 5 candies on catch (10 with pinapberry) so throw those berries!

Add my friend code. I'm collecting new friends to add, give one gift for the 3000 exp, then unfriend and move on. :) Add me for quick exp!

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EDIT: Why are people getting downvoted for posting FCs?? This is the friends sub and I used the gifts/EXP flair. People are so uptight! I'm going through upvoting all the friend codes. You should too, and post your own!

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TIL: That fully aquatic mammals, never fully go to sleep. instead it shuts down only half of its brain at a time, along with the opposite eye. The other half of the brain stays awake at a low level of alertness. So that they may continue to swim to surface to breath animals.howstuffworks.com…
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Ants, tiny pieces of living meat wrapped in a shell, are better at teamwork than highly advanced complex mammals that can walk on two feet and assume control over an entire planet.
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Mini-maps showing the recovery of certain mammals (and a bird) species in Europe and their actual distribution
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Man admits to fatally shooting elephant seal on California beach, faces prison term β€” Jordan Gerbich, 30, who now lives in Utah, fatally shot a northern elephant seal, which are protected under a marine mammals act, on a beach last year. [San Simeon] nbcnews.com/news/us-news/…
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Please almighty sea mammal gods, let us prosper.
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Slow loris Oh, look at these eyes. Can you imagine anything cuter? Well, maybe you should since this one is known to be the most poisonous mammal in the world. If it accidentally bites you, you can experience anaphylactic shock and other really dangerous conditions.
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TIL The shaggy coat of sloths are host to symbiotic green algae which camouflages the sloth in trees and provides it nutrients. The green color of the algae makes sloths the only green mammal. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slo…
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TIL all mammals, except monotremes (duck-billed platypus and echidnas) and humans, have whiskers. discoverwildlife.com/anim…
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As if the platypus could not get any weirder. It has been found that the species is one of the only mammals that is biofluorescent. Under UV light it's fur glows with a blue-green hue.
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RaT-Rex (T.Rex-shaped mammal very distantly descended from naked mole rats, 175 million years in the future)
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Skeleton based dolphin reconstruction. (In a world were there are no actual marine mammals)
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'Australia's biodiversity just got a lot richer': Two new mammals discovered smh.com.au/politics/feder…
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I hope Ark 2 goes back to introducing load of pre-historic animals rather than fantasy creatures, so here's my top 10 mammals I would like to see reddit.com/gallery/kb4oub
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The Coconut Crab (Birgus latro) is the largest land living arthropod. It can way up to 4Kg (8,8lb). It can open Coconuts and has also been observed to eat small mammals and birds. Also they're in the top ten of reasons why Hans got ze Flammenwerfer.
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Scientists explains why sleep is so vital to our health. Scientists with expertise in neuroscience, biology, statistics and physics, conducted the most comprehensive statistical analysis of sleep to date, using data from more than 60 sleep studies involving humans and other mammals college.ucla.edu/2020/09/…
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A New Species of Whale Was Discovered, Showing Proof That There May Be Other Large Mammals Left to Be Discovered Out There! thevast.net/post/breaking…
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TIL plants make up 82% of the total biomass of Earth. Of all the mammals on Earth, 96% are livestock and humans, only 4% are wild mammals. Of all the birds on Earth, 70% are chicken and poultry, 30% are wild birds. The total biomass of the human race accounts for just 0.01% of all life on Earth. theguardian.com/environme…
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Call me a mountain dwelling giant mammal of the bison family who can’t fall asleep, because I’m an insomni-yak 😎
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What mammal would have the most catastrophic effect if removed from the food chain?
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How doesn't that work if he isn't a mammal who marks their territory?
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Guess the: Australian mammal, Norwegian soft drink, sports team
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out of shape rare albino guitar mammal does noise plank sounds reddit.com/rpan/r/RedditS…
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TIL about the extinct Antarctic wolf, which was the only land mammal native to the Falkland Islands and was so tame that "it was possible to lure the animal with a chunk of meat held in one hand, and kill it with a knife held in the other" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fal…
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"Does it make you enraged, human, seeing me staring down at you as your horse gallops away, and realizing that I am the superior mammal?"
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"Here we see the United States Marine, a North American mammal.." v.redd.it/00g5198bt6661
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Largest land mammal ever
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Researchers have uncovered the fossil of an early mammal named the "crazy beast" that lived 66 million years ago alongside dinosaurs and giant crocodiles on Madagascar, and it's unlike any mammal ever known, living or extinct. us.cnn.com/2020/12/18/wor…
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Why do people say "tuna fish" when they don't say "beef mammal" or "chicken bird"?
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TIL that while the average nonhuman mammal is becoming smaller over time, the blue whale is actually getting even bigger! abc.net.au/science/articl…
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Fish have their tails vertically oriented but whales and other sea dwelling mammals have it horizontally oriented.
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The world's largest mammal, Baluchitherium (meaning 'The Beast of Balochistan'), used to roam in the Bugti hills of Balochistan around 30 million years ago - it lived for 11 million years. Its fossils were first discovered by a French paleontologist in Dera Bugti, in 1990s. reddit.com/gallery/kaqvuc
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