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Pain in the Neck
Last Post 09 Nov 2011 09:46 PM by David Holbert. 0 Replies.
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David HolbertUser is Offline Senior Member Senior Member Posts:668
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09 Nov 2011 09:46 PM
    As I was walking through a teacher's classroom today, he posed an interesting question. Why do manatees not possess the "normal" seven cervical vertebrae that most mammals possess? I think the only other exception is the sloths. I really didn't have a good answer for him. So I turned to the net. I found the following story at ScienceDaily, which I found interesting but still lacking. I know this will not show up on an AP exam, but sometimes you just like to know! Let me know if you have any insight. Thanks

    www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/05/110505212314.htm
    Dave Holbert
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