What's an ungulate?
Wikipedia defines them as several groups of mammals, most of which use the tips of their toes, usually hoofed, to sustain their whole body weight while moving.Commonly known examples of ungulates living today are the horse, zebra, donkey, cattle/bison, rhinoceros, camel, hippopotamus, goat, pig, sheep, giraffe, okapi, moose, deer, tapir, antelope, and gazelle.
Huh. Draw more comix plz.
What foul territory do birds like Owls, chickens, eagles, and turkeys fall into. Also, Among the padded feet with multiple didgets. Bears, Cats, racoons, possems, and armadillos. Their hoofs are all different. Then there are man and apes with apposable thumbs. This leaves much to ponder about ungulates.
I don't understand what that dipshit anonymous is saying. Birds aren't ungulates. Go fuck a goat.
Yes, and whoever they are, they don't spell good.
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