• what the hell is this thing. why does it
look like a doge deer. a derge. what.
update: they share a common ancestor
with whales,
ino longer understand nature.
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    • Known as the “Chinese Water Deer”, English speakers often call them the Vampire Deer, and for good reason. Since they don’t have antlers, when the males fight they STAB EACH OTHER WITH THEIR TUSKS.
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    • We are also related to whales. Shut the fuck up and stop “ScReAmInG”
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    • the reason they’re closely related with with whales is because their ancestor slowly evolved to come out of the water and when it did, it eventually mated with deers and then with some other animal i can’t remember, leading us to this adorable mustached creature
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    • Just about everything shared an ancestor with whales tbh
      Spira 13 jan
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    • That's a Chinese water deer, they actually grow fangs instead of antlers.
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    • Just about to install shadow of war, any thoughts on the game?
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    • So does your mom.
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    • Tenrecs (tiny hedgehogs) are more closely related to elephants than hedgehogs
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    • Korean vampire deer. I have a video on my ifunny of one running into a car
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    • Biology is a wonderful thing
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    • Footage 13 jan
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    • Technically we share a common ancestor with ever creature on this earth.
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    • When did god come out with new dlc?
      Versagi 14 jan
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    • Wolves share common ancestors with whales, afaik many quadruped mammals do. Whales are believed to have originally been a land animal that evolved to live back into the sea.
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    • I wanna k(I)ll it
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    • Gacha life hybrids be like
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    • All mammals share a common ancestor if you go back far enough
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    • None of these idiots understand evolution
      Jombie 13 jan
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    • It looks like a Siberian musk deer
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    • doesnt everything share an ancestor with whales
      Detach 13 jan
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    • It’d look super funny without ears
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    • This is why wailord is in the field egg group
      Hud1019 14 jan
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    • Everything shares one common a water if you go back far enough in the evolutionary tree...
      jmadk137 13 jan
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    • Every living creature has a common ancestor with whales if you go back far enough.
      chaosome 13 jan
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    • So do humans.
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    • Must have been one hell of an orgy
      mriggs77 13 jan
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    • So a deer fucked a whale
      gafuoy 13 jan
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    • Mother Nature got fuckin white girl wasted and started creating odd shit that looks like normal shit to mess with other shit.
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    • Its a Chinese water deer
      Dwilson35 13 jan
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    • It's just a fat deer
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    • Musk deer, they have fangs!
      Parsifal 13 jan
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    • that’s a siberian musk deer
      dkbtfj 15 jan
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    • Every organism shares a common ancestor. This statement doesn't say anything...
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    • So does your mom but people don’t care
      Skrank 13 jan
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    • fartingbabes
      Farting babes on my page
      fartingbabes 13 jan
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    • It's a dergale
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    • They are called dik diks. It’s ok you can giggle
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    • Dik dik
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    • Anyone want to join my lewd anime chat dm me to join 😊
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    • Yea I just think scientist sometimes make mistakes when linking genetics and just say fuck it and leave things be
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    • Alpaca
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    • they are cute
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    • Whales once upon a time were land mammals who evolved into gigantic water creatures. Scientists believe they looked kind of like big hairless dogs
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    • Just a giraffe with a short neck
      HandyAndy 16 jan
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    • Its ugly
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    • It’s a musk deer I saw those in Afghanistan. The males grow tusks like white tails grow antlers.
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    • That be a Chinese water dear ... they can sound scary as fuck
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    • And for some reason a horse with a horn can't be real...
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    • Reminder that whales are aquatic mammals because they left the ocean and then ended up going back somewhere down the line. Dunno about dolphins and manatees though
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    • I think the guy just described chowder
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    • Is cute
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    • tf we share a common ancestor with whales too.
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    • Ahhhh... a Derge
      Mr_Jazzy 16 jan
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    • It's a platypus
      acads 16 jan
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    • Doorg
      BobaFrett 16 jan
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    • All mammals share a common ancestor.
      JSchleepy 16 jan
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    • A durge is a type of song
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    • They didn’t say ancestors with whales they said COMMON ancestors ur a fucking dumbass if ur saying “dOnT u KnOw wHaT EvOlUtIoN iS” stfu u can’t even understand an adjective.
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    • Looks like a puppet
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    • Divergent evolution, such as Darwin's finches. The finches could potentially end up in a similar set of speciation, they're just not as far along as the whale vs water deer
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    • Divergent evolution
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    • Most hooved animals evolved from whales.
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    • Every Mammal shares a common ancestor with makes
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    • No
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    • When you think about it, everything shares a common ancestor with whales.
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    • no shit everyone shares a common ancestor with every other living thing if you go back far enough
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    • Every mammal shares a common ancestor with whales
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    • What if I told you EVERYTHING had a common ancestor with whales?
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    • Doesn't help that you added an E to dog
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    • They didnt
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    • Saying "they share a common ancestor to whales" means nothing. Humans share a common ancestor with whales. Pine trees share a common ancestor with whales.
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    • I thought it was a musk deer
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    • Idk what it is but can i have it as a pet PLEASE
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    • We also share a common ancestor with whales
      OGShan 15 jan
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    • Yo my professor deadass used these for a math problem calling them Vampire Teddy Bears. Shoutout to professor Deeds
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    • Its usually called a musk deer
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    • There is a species of them in Russia
      Egs6753 15 jan
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    • Despite the explanation it’s a musk deer, and not a vampire
      demlolz 15 jan
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    • It also kinda looks like an alpaca.
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    • They are called musk deer
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    • That’s a water deer
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    • Musk Deer. I have heard they can be aggressive. With teeth like that I bet they are.
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    • We all share a common ancestor with whales. Damn. You go back far enough and everything starts at the same species.
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    • dogeer
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    • Musk deer?
      Ayyron 14 jan
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    • Obtuse rubber goose green moose guava juice
      wet4jesus 14 jan
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    • Humans share ancestry with whales did you not pay attention in school
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    • Hypothetically speaking, wouldn’t all mammals share a common ancestor at one point or another?
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    • Wheres that picture of the Canadian dear getting interviewed
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    • If you go back far enough, all life shares one common ancestor
      Ratt54 14 jan
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