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    Quote Originally Posted by Ludwig View Post
    Nor is it mammal.
    Leafeon is based on a fox so it is a mammal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hyperion33 View Post
    Either way, the poster said that a mammal could appear to have a tail, but actually doesn't due to genetic reasons, which didn't make any sense to me.
    The poster is saying that even though an animal (Say a cat) is able to be born with a tail born, due to genetics, some may not be born with a tail bone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Frozen_One View Post
    why does Sheer Force not cover moves like overheat and hammer arm? It has effect over icy wind, which has similar effects.
    Because Overheat would be completely broken if Sheer Force activated and cancelled out the stat up. Sheer Force applies to positive effects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blaze boy View Post
    Leafeon is based on a fox so it is a mammal.
    Based on does not imply is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricbluewolf View Post
    The poster is saying that even though an animal (Say a cat) is able to be born with a tail born, due to genetics, some may not be born with a tail bone.

    I think
    I actually meant that when you see, lets say a tailless cat, it doesn't have a tail because of the tail trait that was Genetically passed down to the cat. The cat would still have a tail bone, just not the extended tail.
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    I kinda agree with Ludwig (I think) A plant pokemon is not in fact a mammal. It has mammalian qualities but it also has plant qualities (Having leaves and fur), so it in the strictest sense excludes it from being a Mammal.

    So true!

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    Wait, when did we go from "Do all mammals have tails?", to "Is Leafion classified as a mammal?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by maz2468 View Post
    Wait, when did we go from "Do all mammals have tails?", to "Is Leafion classified as a mammal?"
    5:08 pm Swedish time.

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    I say leafion is neither plant nor mammal
    Because it has leaves and grows like a plant, all while still having the characteristics of a mammal besides the fur. And it has a mind, most likely a heart, and no roots. So I say it is neither
    only way I could describe it is
    Its a pokemon
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    leafeon reminds me of this:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DStwXsmZ3OE

    a simple mammal that has turned INTO a leaf. or part-leaf-like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chimp891 View Post
    do all land mammals have tails(well humans have that thing at the bottom of their spine :|)
    so now we turned to leafeon?wow i just wanted to know if all land mammals have tails :]
    well anyway thanks for the people who said no to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by chimp891 View Post
    so now we turned to leafeon?wow i just wanted to know if all land mammals have tails :]
    well anyway thanks for the people who said no to me
    Bats are land mammals without tail.

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    i was referring to *land mammals* to wingless animals that arent amphibian or in the water. just with legs and on land but yes a bat lives on land so i cant argue(New Question! is a turtle an amphibian?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyperion33 View Post
    Either way, the poster said that a mammal could appear to have a tail, but actually doesn't due to genetic reasons, which didn't make any sense to me.
    I think he was talking about a genetic mutation where an animal is missing its tail.

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    (New Question! is a turtle an amphibian?)
    It is part of the class Reptilia, not Amphibia, therefore it is a reptile and not an amphibian. The two classes are completely separate, so an animal cannot simultaneously be an amphibian and a reptile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelatino95 View Post
    It is part of the class Reptilia, not Amphibia, therefore it is a reptile and not an amphibian. The two classes are completely separate, so an animal cannot simultaneously be an amphibian and a reptile.
    ok thenbut reptiles can live on land and sea correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chimp891 View Post
    ok thenbut reptiles can live on land and sea correct?
    If I remember correctly some can but I'm pretty sure it's amphibians who can do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Notalwaysbalckanddwhite View Post
    If I remember correctly some can but I'm pretty sure it's amphibians who can do that.
    but a turtle must go on land temporarily to lay eggs . iim pretty sure crocodiles have a nest on land so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chimp891 View Post
    ok thenbut reptiles can live on land and sea correct?
    Animals can live wherever the heck they want. Turtles are reptiles that spend time in the water. Other reptiles may not necessarily do this due to their specific adaptations. It varies among species.

    Reptiles and amphibians are not characterized by behavior. They are characterized by their evolutionary relationships.

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    then in the near future we shall be roaming the sky and the water without equipment due to evolutionary line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chimp891 View Post
    then in the near future we shall be roaming the sky and the water without equipment due to evolutionary line.
    I don't understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelatino95 View Post
    I don't understand.
    I can't tell if he's joking or making a references to the whole leafeon thing


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    Quote Originally Posted by chimp891 View Post
    but a turtle must go on land temporarily to lay eggs . iim pretty sure crocodiles have a nest on land so?
    Your point is...? They're both amphibians, I think. (But you're right, they both do.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Notalwaysbalckanddwhite View Post
    Your point is...? They're both amphibians, I think. (But you're right, they both do.)
    They're both reptiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricbluewolf View Post
    I can't tell if he's joking or making a references to the whole leafeon thing
    what i mean is that we'll evolve into a superior evolution by genetic experiment and yes that was a joke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelatino95 View Post
    They're both reptiles.
    *epic facepalm* I always get those two confused. Anyway, I couldn't quite tell what he needed answered. I tried to help, but...
    dang. Had a question before, and forgot it.
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