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View Poll Results: Which of the living mammalian phylogeny is your favorite?
Monotremata 1 7.69%
Marsupialia 0 0%
Edentata 1 7.69%
Pholidota 1 7.69%
Lagomorpha 0 0%
Rodentia 1 7.69%
Macroscelidea 0 0%
Scandentia 0 0%
Primates 1 7.69%
Chiroptera 0 0%
Dermoptera 0 0%
Insectivoria 0 0%
Carnivoria 3 23.08%
Artiodactyla 0 0%
Cetecea 2 15.38%
Tubulidentata 0 0%
Perissodactlya 2 15.38%
Hyracoidea 0 0%
Sirenia 1 7.69%
Proboscidea 0 0%
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Old 10-18-2008, 08:23 PM
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Which is your favorite of the living mammalian phylogeny?

Monotremata (platapus, echidnas)
Marsupialia (oppossums, kangaroos, ect.)
Edentata (anteaters, sloths, armadillos)
Pholidota (pangolins)
Lagomorpha (rabbits, hares, pikas)
Rodentia (rats, mice, squirrels gophers, porcupines, beavers, ect.)
Macroscelidea (elephant shrews)
Scandentia (tree shrews)
Primates (lemurs, moneys, apes)
Chiroptera (bats)
Dermoptera (colugos)
Insectivoria (shrews, moles, hedgehogs, ect.
Carnovoria (dogs, cats, bears, racoons, weasles, hyenas, seals, ect.)
Artiodactyla (pig, deer, cattle, goats, sheep, hippopotamuses, camels, ect.)
Cetacea (whales, dolphins)
Tubulidentata (aardvark)
Perissodactyla (horses, tapirs, rhinoceroses)
Hyracoidea (hyraxes dassies)
Sirenia (manatees, dugong)
Proboscidea (elephants)
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Rodentia! Hedgehogs FTW!
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Rodentia! Hedgehogs FTW!
Actually, hedgehogs are in the order Insectivora.
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Ctrl+F: "rhino"

Let's go with "Perissodactlya."
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Primates. Lemurs are my favorite animals, hands down.
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Actually, hedgehogs are in the Insectivoria group.
Oh dang it, I saw Porcupines there, not Hedgehogs.
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Perissodactyla is cool, because Rhino's and Horses rock ^___^
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Whales and dolphins, of course!
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Default Re: Mammalian Phylogeny

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Which is your favorite of the living mammalian phylogeny?

Monotremata (platapus, echidnas)
Marsupialia (oppossums, kangaroos, ect.)
Edentata (anteaters, sloths, armadillos)
Pholidota (pangolins)
Lagomorpha (rabbits, hares, pikas)
Rodentia (rats, mice, squirrels gophers, porcupines, beavers, ect.)
Macroscelidea (elephant shrews)
Scandentia (tree shrews)
Primates (lemurs, moneys, apes)
Chiroptera (bats)
Dermoptera (colugos)
Insectivoria (shrews, moles, hedgehogs, ect.
Carnovoria (dogs, cats, bears, racoons, weasles, hyenas, seals, ect.)
Artiodactyla (pig, deer, cattle, goats, sheep, hippopotamuses, camels, ect.)
Cetacea (whales, dolphins)
Tubulidentata (aardvark)
Perissodactyla (horses, tapirs, rhinoceroses)
Hyracoidea (hyraxes dassies)
Sirenia (manatees, dugong)
Proboscidea (elephants)
thanks for putting what each means... my favorite is Edentata

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That's mean but I can't help from laughing. lol
I get that a lot.
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I like the good old Australian animals. It's Marsupials and Monotremes for me.

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carnavoa arn't tigers cute?
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Sirenia as in manatees and dugongs
I am a sucker for the ones that are being killed the most >:(
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Sirenia as in manatees and dugongs
I am a sucker for the ones that are being killed the most >:(
(Nice threads, Surly ^^,)
Do you know if it inculdes narwals as well?
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