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Can an animal get pregnant.. watch

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    :troll: impersonator?
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    hmmm thats nice, wouldnt happen tho
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    I am 12 years old and what is this?
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    Well f*ck a duck!
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    ....BUT can a Dog get Human preggers...hmmmm could be here a while...

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    Jesus, that dog is one of the most unsettling things I've ever seen.
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    GTFO troll
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    simply..no the animal egg and human wont go together, as a previous poster said, different chromosome numbers
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    I'd love to see you explaining this situation to the vet.
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    Holy giblets that poor creature...I'd take it to the vets for some theorpy..
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    dont think about it mate, you can go to jail for a long time for that sort of behaviour, and when you're in jail and inmates find out what you've done, well....
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    Humans have 46 chromosomes. Most other animals have more or less, so the cells are incompatible and nothing will happen to them. Just as an example, they tried to breed African elephants with Asian elephants, and even though they are pretty much the same species, the babies they had only got to live for a short time, suggesting that there was some basic difference in the DNA of the parents. So no, there is no chance people can have babies with animals.
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    would it be the same for two different animals? like a dog and cat.. they couldn't make a dogcat could they?. and no.. i never did go to my science lessons.
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    (Original post by Elynnor1811)
    would it be the same for two different animals? like a dog and cat.. they couldn't make a dogcat could they?. and no.. i never did go to my science lessons.
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    Hahaha
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    (Original post by AsystoleUK)
    so they could?
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    (Original post by Elynnor1811)
    so they could?
    Well, you can get ligers (lions/ tigers) :dontknow: Some can some can't basically.

    Edit: le gasp, post #666
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    (Original post by Peanut42)
    Rubbish troll...
    Pffft I;m better at trolling he is. I hate wannabe trolls.
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    (Original post by Flying Cookie)
    Humans have 46 chromosomes. Most other animals have more or less, so the cells are incompatible and nothing will happen to them. Just as an example, they tried to breed African elephants with Asian elephants, and even though they are pretty much the same species, the babies they had only got to live for a short time, suggesting that there was some basic difference in the DNA of the parents. So no, there is no chance people can have babies with animals.
    This is clearly untrue. Where do you think mermaids and centaurs come from? :rolleyes:
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    Even though the animal cannot get pregnant, yes you should definately take it to the vet.

    Random, but once I heard if a woman had sex with a horse, the size of ithe horse's penis would kill her. Not sure if its true or not, my teacher had a tendancy to joke about a lot of things.
 
 
 
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