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A factor to add is also whiskers... most mammals have whiskers leftover from nocturnal sensing and fast-bite-reactions. For example felines that don't see well from upclose can use their whiskers in the final phase of an attack. The age of mammal facial hair being up to 80 million years ( rodent carnivora divergeance ), the genes are more deeply encoded as ...


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