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How antlers grow

Antlers are shed each year at the end of winter. But how do they grow back?

17/05/2018 16:01

735 commentaires

  • Michelle R.
    05/07/2021 11:06

    Wow!!!!

  • Katie M.
    01/07/2021 12:38

    WTF!!!

  • Ra S.
    28/06/2021 16:52

    Very informative

  • Melodie H.
    28/06/2021 16:09

    what i was talking about :) x

  • Dina M.
    28/06/2021 13:05

    happy Monday!!

  • Jason F.
    28/06/2021 12:20

    They grow from the same enzymes that makes our placental membrane. The enzymes that do this have a lacking in endocrine gland material. The endocrine helps to make the embryonic fluid and this is the reason for the horns that once were making the lactase and the other enzymes that could breakdown the lactose in the mother's milk. The milk isn't able to nourish the young on its own. It needs to be broken down and this is why the young once had to be suckling on the horns. But these were different then. They had tiny suckling teats along the side of them. The enzymes were in the embryonic fluid in the horns. Our hands and fingers and feet and toes are the same in that respect and that's the reason that we have fingerprints and handprints and on the feet and the toes. Our young once suckled on them once they had the milk from the chest. This happened when people were the pterodactyl.

  • Gulden L.
    28/06/2021 11:56

    😯❤

  • Bianca S.
    28/06/2021 11:38

    ;) 🦌

  • Andrew B.
    28/06/2021 11:29

    That’s got to be painful at that growth rate!

  • Nelson L.
    28/06/2021 09:10

    WOW! I never ever thought the antenna are regrown every year! WOW!!!

  • Marie B.
    28/06/2021 08:31

    You would think growing all that bone every year would lead to calcium shortfall in males??

  • Reich
    28/06/2021 07:44

    Yup, bigger is better... 😆

  • Neil S.
    28/06/2021 00:37

    👍

  • Michael L.
    27/06/2021 23:13

    In fact, it is a common myth that females do not value size...

  • Mariana P.
    27/06/2021 21:05

    Oh my goodness! I had no idea! 😲

  • Phillip M.
    27/06/2021 20:38

    apropro det jeg snakket med en af jer om 😲😂

  • Elen C.
    27/06/2021 20:18

    Amazing.

  • Lilian C.
    27/06/2021 19:49

    Maybe this characteristics come from dinosaurs?

  • Samira A.
    09/02/2021 12:31

    SubhanAllah mashallah 🥰

  • Dahlia R.
    08/02/2021 11:31

    That explains the reindeer fakra?

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