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Wallaby

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Pls explain where does the food go?!
It goes directly to the intestine. The stomach is a sac containing enzymes that enable more complex proteins to be broken down. So they can't digest as efficiently as animals with a stomach.

The platypus is the same, and so are many fish. It's not actually uncommon (although the platypus and echidna are the only mammals).
 

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As NSA General Counsel Stewart Baker has said, 'metadata absolutely tells you everything about somebody’s life. If you have enough metadata, you don’t really need content.'

“When I quoted Baker at a recent debate at Johns Hopkins University, my opponent, General Michael Hayden, former director of the NSA and the CIA, called Baker’s comment 'absolutely correct,' and raised him one, asserting, ‘We kill people based on metadata.’”
 

Bunk Moreland

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We probably don’t really want to get into footy but one cool one

Fitzroy and University played each other in 1914 at Brunswick St Oval, Fitzroy saluting by 89 points.

But University (Blues) turned the tables in their next meeting, winning by 101 points.

In 2014... 100 years later. (VAFA Premier B)
 
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