MadSci Network: Development

Subject: Feline/canine bellybuttons

Date: Thu Nov 18 22:11:34 1999
Posted by Justin
Grade level: School: Some
City: Smallville State/Province: CA Country: USA
Area of science: Development
ID: 942981094.Dv

This is directed to a response from Lynn Bry. She stated that dogs and cats 
do have bellybuttons. If they do have bellybuttons where umbilical cords 
were attached wouldn't all those cords have a tendancy to get wrapped 
around a "sibling's" neck in the womb?

Re: Feline/canine bellybuttons

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