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Re: Animals DO drink milk from other species
 
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Re: Animals DO drink milk from other species


Complete lies. Red Billed Oxpecker habitually drinks milk directly from the teats of impala in the wild. Feral cats, seagulls and other birds are known to "steal" milk from the teats of nursing seals. Hedgehogs are known to take milk directly from lactating cows... It simply defies an understanding of nature to think that any animal in the wild would ignore an available food source as nutritious as mammal milk if it was available to them at any time...
 
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