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Why are there nail growth differences between humans and other mammals?
When a cat is growing, his nails are growing with him to some extent. A grown cat has a fixed nail length that is not extending. By contrast, human finger nails just keep on growing, so we have to ...
Dec 25 '11 at 12:07
Maxim V. Pavlov
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