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accepted When do most mammals mate?
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comment When do most mammals mate?
Thank you. My idea was to check if there is a corelation between the phases of a Sun (the intensity of light around during different times of the day) and mamal mating activity.
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comment Do cows produce milk excessively?
Thank you very much. This answer seems most informative and real-life applicable.
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accepted Do cows produce milk excessively?
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revised Do cows produce milk excessively?
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asked Do cows produce milk excessively?
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comment When do most mammals mate?
Yes, I have suspected it (about mice), although didn't even bother to check. Thank you again. Now we have one question to answer - are most mammals - daily creatures (non-nocturnal). Most likely yes, right?
Feb
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comment When do most mammals mate?
@96well - ovulations is most likely a few days phenomenon, and I am inquiring especially whether the daylight is accompanying the mating. I suspect that mammals mate only under the day light, but I need someone to confirm it.
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comment When do most mammals mate?
Thanks guys. I am mostly interested in mammals since we can, I guess, consider them most advanced. I've fixed the question title and content to be more specific.
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revised When do most mammals mate?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on When do most mammals mate?
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asked When do most mammals mate?
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comment Why are there nail growth differences between humans and other mammals?
@Konrad, sorry, I've lost you. Plenty of other animals have what?
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comment Why are there nail growth differences between humans and other mammals?
@Jay, thank you. Good point. This proves that the hair provides an informational feedback to the brain about it's length also, unlike nails.
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comment Why are there nail growth differences between humans and other mammals?
@Konrad, well, the leg don't regenerate in case it's part is removed mechanically, whereas nails are in a constant growth state. Leg is a complex organ that has a feedback. It can tell the brain how long it is by the lenght of a neural connection network. Nail does not have it, so there may not be a mechanism to know how long it is.