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Not elle or lion no Jacobson in this mammal :twisted: :P


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Golly I'm picking up too many similarities between snakes and mammals here - getting everything from hormones to communication. :redface:

One spesific mammal :shock: clue please

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Plantigrade :twisted:


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.. a south african plantigrade ? ...

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Plantigrade refers to the foot structure
All primates walk plantigrade


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.. just a comment about plantigrades... :roll:

..according Wiki...

In mammals, plantigrade locomotion means walking with the podials and metatarsals flat on the ground.

Humans are an example of a plantigrade species; in humans, the podials and metatarsals constitute the sole of the foot. Other plantigrade species include raccoons, opossums, bears, rabbits, weasels, mice, pandas, rats, skunks and hedgehogs.

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Now the mammal should be easy


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platypus???

Laying of eggs?

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Only SA species Timbo!
The mammal I am looking for is .... HUMANS! Now what is the rest of the answer? :roll:


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That we are sometimes cannibalistic and some snakes are.

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Snakes and humans are "poïkilotherme" ???

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Snakes and humans are "poïkilotherme" ???


:shock:

Something to do with a sense.........


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common sense :twisted:

does it have anything to do with being able to see infrared? :redface:

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... sorry, .. it was a :funny: .... because it find nothing .... :redface: ...

... :shock: ... and I am very surprised that you have a infra red vision .. ZZ .... :mrgreen: ...

.. and for your information, I'm not cannibalistic :lol: ...

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Hi all

Could it be something to do with picking up sound, because I know the humans and reptiles pick up sound in the form of vibrations


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