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Re: titanosaur chicks (not that kind!)



On Sun, 4 Nov 2001, Richard W Travsky wrote:

> On the "psychological" side, "cute" features can elicit certain responses
> in adults of the species. Protection, affection, etc.
>
> Might this be construed (thinly) as evidence for parental care?

I don't think so, since most baby animals are cute, or at least cuter than
the adults. (Dragonfly nymphs are the only exception I can think of.)

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