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Re: parthenogenetically derived reptile offspring
Birds have a different way of making it happen and it isn't quite
"mounting". They just sort of touch cloacas. Unlike male snakes and
lizards which have two, male crocs which have one, male birds have no
external apparatus to couple with so there really isn't a classic
mounting so to speak. (red faced and somewhat flushed). While
someone brought it up, (stop it!) anyone know how dinosaurs fit into
this numbers game???
Go to the website http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?
+turkey&tool=QuerySuggestion for a list of 23 citations on turkey
Frank (Rooster) (not turkey) Bliss
On Dec 23, 2006, at 10:40 AM, Ian Paulsen wrote:
I haven't heard of this before, do you have a source on this? I
domestic turkeys for the most part are artificially inseminated
the toms are bred to be large, too large to mount the hens. Now
weight problem, when you are too large to have sex!
Bainbridge Island, WA, USA
"Rallidae all the way!"