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Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

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Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Patti on Fri Jun 10, 2011 3:36 am

Without first doing a Google search - what mammal comes to mind, when asked:

1) What is the only mammal that has no paw pads, but does have claws?

and

2) What is the only mammal with paw pads that are completely smooth.

( 1 you should know and 2 may take a little web searching) Wink
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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Lynn on Fri Jun 10, 2011 9:52 am

even googling I can't find the answers!
The only thing I found for 2) was a stuffed teddy bear! lol!

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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Patti on Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:22 pm

Lynn wrote:even googling I can't find the answers!
The only thing I found for 2) was a stuffed teddy bear! lol!

lol!

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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Patti on Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:59 pm

A couple of hints:

You'll be lucky if you get one.

And the other is a clumbsy nocturnal animal like a hyaena.

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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Lynn on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:01 pm

Patti wrote:the other is a clumbsy nocturnal animal like a hyaena.

I'm clumsy, nocturnal, and I've been told I laugh like a hyena. Is it me? Laughing

I've been thinking about these questions all day, and am no nearer finding the answers! but thanks for the clue....

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Post  Patti on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:15 pm

Lynn wrote:
Patti wrote:the other is a clumbsy nocturnal animal like a hyaena.

I'm clumsy, nocturnal, and I've been told I laugh like a hyena. Is it me? Laughing

rolling on the floor rolling on the floor rolling on the floor

(did they spell clumsy with a 'b' a hundred years ago - or did I copy wrong? lol! )

Lynn wrote:I've been thinking about these questions all day, and am no nearer finding the answers! but thanks for the clue....

The first one is sort of hairy. rabbit

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Post  mooky on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:20 pm

1. Sloth?
2. Aardwolf?

(I did some googling but cannot even confirm if those are correct)

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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Patti on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:20 pm

The 2nd one is called an "Earth Wolf of the Cape"
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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Patti on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:21 pm

mooky wrote:1. Sloth?
2. Aardwolf?

(I did some googling but cannot even confirm if those are correct)

2 is in the same family, I'd say correct!!

Thumbs up! happy move happy yel
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Post  mooky on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:24 pm

I read that the aardwolf has 5 toes. Does that make it clumsy?

And, is Sloth a wrong answer? Smile

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Post  mooky on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:26 pm

If not a sloth, how about a bat?

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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Patti on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:43 pm

mooky wrote:If not a sloth, how about a bat?

Bat is interesting. I can see there is some kind of epidermal surface before the claws on their feet. I haven't found a close look at the claw on the wing yet.



Once you have the answer you can google it and the results say it's the only mammal without paw pads, so I guess the bat has already been considered...?
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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Patti on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:47 pm

mooky wrote:I read that the aardwolf has 5 toes. Does that make it clumsy?

And, is Sloth a wrong answer? Smile

Sloth is not the answer.

The clumsiness comes from the lack of grip on it's paw pads, which are supposed to be better suited for burrowing.
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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Lynn on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:54 pm

Blimey, researching this is like watching Discovery channel!
So far I've learnt that raccoons front paws look like tiny human hands! (but no thumb)
That Arctic foxes have furry feet.
That, unlike dogs and coyotes, wolves lack sweat glands on their paw pads.
That Marsh Mongoose has "unwebbed paws with underdeveloped pads, which are soft and sensitive, resembling those of a raccoon, with the thumb passively enhancing grip on slippery surfaces. The claws are short and blunt and used for digging . There is little hair around the anus ...."
oops sorry, too much information! Laughing

oh well done mooky!! Thumb up I never heard of an aardwolf before!
I had wondered about bats. We have bats nesting in our roof and their dropping look like mouse droppings, so I thought they were rodents!


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Post  mooky on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:56 pm

Ok... I got lucky and found the answer to #1. I'll leave it for others to find. Smile

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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Patti on Sat Jun 11, 2011 12:04 am

Lynn wrote:Blimey, researching this is like watching Discovery channel!
So far I've learnt that raccoons front paws look like tiny human hands! (but no thumb)
That Arctic foxes have furry feet.
That, unlike dogs and coyotes, wolves lack sweat glands on their paw pads.
That Marsh Mongoose has "unwebbed paws with underdeveloped pads, which are soft and sensitive, resembling those of a raccoon, with the thumb passively enhancing grip on slippery surfaces. The claws are short and blunt and used for digging . There is little hair around the anus ...."
oops sorry, too much information! Laughing

oh well done mooky!! Thumb up I never heard of an aardwolf before!
I had wondered about bats. We have bats nesting in our roof and their dropping look like mouse droppings, so I thought they were rodents!

You have me doubled over and truly rolling on the floor tonight!

Wolves lack sweat glands on the paw pads, that's interesting, I wonder why..? Not leaving a scent...?
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Post  Patti on Sat Jun 11, 2011 12:06 am

mooky wrote:Ok... I got lucky and found the answer to #1. I'll leave it for others to find. Smile

Like a Star @ heaven Thumb up
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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Lynn on Sat Jun 11, 2011 12:08 am

aha!! I found the answer to #1 too! In hindsight I notice that Patti already gave us a clue with an emoticon. Here's another clue, we used to have a pet one - it used to stay on the rug and not venture onto the polished wooden floor. Now I know why,,,,because it knew it would slip and slide with it's lack of paw pads!!

great quiz Patti! Thanks! and well done Mooky!
can anyone else find the answer to
1) What is the only mammal that has no paw pads, but does have claws?

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Post  Patti on Sat Jun 11, 2011 12:16 am

Lynn wrote:aha!! I found the answer to #1 too! In hindsight I notice that Patti already gave us a clue with an emoticon. Here's another clue, we used to have a pet one - it used to stay on the rug and not venture onto the polished wooden floor. Now I know why,,,,because it knew it would slip and slide with it's lack of paw pads!!

great quiz Patti! Thanks! and well done Mooky!
can anyone else find the answer to
1) What is the only mammal that has no paw pads, but does have claws?

sunny I've enjoyed the treasure hunt, mystery of it from this side, too. Thanks Lynn and Mooky for participating!!
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Post  Lynn on Sat Jun 11, 2011 12:16 am

ah!! Idea finally light bulb goes on above my head and I understand Patti's original clue that says "You'll be lucky if you get one.". I think they are banned now, but they used to sell them when we were kids.

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Re: Non-Human Dermatoglyphics and the Unusual

Post  Patti on Sat Jun 11, 2011 12:21 am

They're banned here, too, but you occasionally see fake ones as prizes at carnival games.
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