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That looks like a knob-billed duck. Their range includes Sub-Saharan Africa, India, and Southeast Asia. Picture source


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This article shows a lefthanded bias for climbing and eating, with one bat species: Paolo Zucca, Alessandra Palladini, Luigi Baciadonna, Dino Scaravelli. "Handedness in the echolocating Schreiber's Long-Fingered Bat (Miniopterus schreibersii)" Behavioural Processes, Volume 84, Issue 3, 2010, Pages 693-695, ISSN 0376-6357, https://doi.org/10.1016/j....


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According to Paul et al. (2007), shaved fur patches of male Siberian and Syrian hamsters had a mass of about 12 mg/cm2 dorsally and 3 mg/cm2 ventrally. This search give me the page. Fig 1 from Paul et al. (2007) compares mass of fur growth across time for 2 groups exposed to differing lengths of daylight (long, LD, and short, SD) to examine winter fur ...


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The current research doesn't venture many details on the elbows/radius/ulna and locomotion biomechanics. For the moment they just say the elbow was "slightly flexible" and that the bones were transitioning towards a round shape. You can research deep into the resources and will perhaps find more. Here are a resource which give context, found via &...


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