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mentalfloss.com/article/64416/do-other-animals-have-belly-buttons

When petting your dog's belly, you might notice they lack a navel similar to your own. While mammals do have belly buttons, they're a little harder to find. Since mammals are gestated inside their ...

blogs.ucl.ac.uk/researchers-in-museums/2014/03/19/question...

11 Slightly Horrifying Things You Never Knew About Belly Buttons – Buzz And Gossip – Buzz And Gossip wrote on 22 July 2015: . UCL researcher Stacy Hackner explains that all placental mammals, aka those that were nourished before birth in the mother’s uterus, start with a belly button.

whyzz.com/do-animals-have-belly-buttons

Animals who are mammals all have belly buttons, because these animals are all born from the mother. (Rather than animals like reptiles, who hatch from eggs.) Mammals have belly buttons because the navel is the spot on the body where a special tube used to connect the mother and baby, which was how the baby received food and oxygen before it was ...

www.newsobserver.com/news/technology/article97027997.html

Why don’t other animals have belly buttons like ours? A: You will not find belly buttons on animals like birds and reptiles, but you will find them on most, but not all, mammals. However, the ...

kidsanimalstation.com/2012/09/10/what-kinds-of-animals...

What Kinds of Animals Have Bellybuttons? Do you know how you got your bellybutton? Humans get their bellybuttons from their moms’ umbilical cords. When it gets cut off, it leaves a little bit. That becomes our bellybutton. What kinds of animals do you think get bellybuttons? If you guessed mammals, you’re right.

pets.thenest.com/cats-bellybuttons-7719.html

"Do dogs and cats have belly buttons?" is a question asked by many a curious animal lover whether young or old. It's a reasonable question given the fact that cats don't have obvious "innies" or "outies" like people do. The short answer is yes, cats have belly buttons.

biology.stackexchange.com/questions/17049

All animals develop in this way, whether they are oviparous (developing in an egg) or viviparous (developing inside their mother, or live-birth). From Wild Birds Unlimited: All mammals have navels or belly buttons where the umbilical cord distributes nutrients between a mother and her fetus.

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071011110216AABZwf1

All mammals, and only mammals, have belly buttons. Most animal belly buttons are neither "innies" or "outties," the mark is flatter then in most people. Also frequently covered wtith hair, another mammal trait. Still, if the animal you're looking at is a mammal the belly button is there and you will see it if you look hard enough.

www.buzzfeed.com/genamourbarrett/11-slightly-horrifying...

11 Slightly Horrifying Things You Never Knew About Belly Buttons. ... You might be more likely to have belly button lint if you’re a male, older, hairy, and have an "innie". ... BuzzFeed Home ...

www.answers.com/Q/Do_animals_have_a_belly_button

Fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians don't have belly buttons. Only mammals have belly buttons because they are attached to the mother, anything inside an egg doesn't have one because it gets ...