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Marsupials Poster

 A254 Marsupials
  Marsupials are an infraclass of mammals, characterized by a distinctive pouch (called the marsupium), in which females carry their young through infancy. Females have two vaginas which lead to separate uteruses, but both open externally through the same orifice. A third canal, the median vagina, is used for birth. Marsupials do not have a placenta, so babies not much larger than an embryo crawl from their mother’s meidan vagina to her pouch where they feed from her nipples.

Laminated No. A254L $12.95
Non-Laminated No. A254F $7.95


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