Who doesn’t need some whistlepig every once and a while? Old-ivory yellow teeth and all: a defining characteristic of the Rodentia are their pairs of continuously growing upper and lower incisors.Gnaw, gnaw!
- Says in 2 sources that Goshawk the farmer gave to Thoreau who gave it to Boston bird curator was a separate species from European. Really? 28 minutes ago
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