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What Mammal Will Feign Death?

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Image by skeeze from Pixabay Live Fast, Die YoungOpossums don’t live long. Three year-olds are rare, and 4 year-olds are almost unheard of. They find a mate at seven months and after a 12-day pregnancy - the shortest of any North American mammal - a mother opossum gives birth to six to 20 babies.Pouch PotatoesNewborn opossums are about the size of a kidney bean. The newborns are naked, blind, deaf, and have just two working legs. The babies must make their way from under the mother’s tail to the pouch where each baby clamps down on a nipple - mamma opossums usually have 13 arranged in a “U” - and don’t let go for two months.Mother Minivan The babies grow to chipmunk size while they nurse on mom’s milk. The pouch is fur-lined. Having a pouch allows mama opossum to stay mobile so they don’t have to return to a den or nest. When the babies are about two months old, they crawl out of the pouch and ride atop their mother’s back, clinging to fur as she forges for food. When they are 100 days…

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Steps to Create a Blog
To create a blog post you click on “new post” 
Then give a title to your post, usually something catchy to draw your readers in. Your first paragraph of your blog post will be in “bold” when you publish the post— so the first couple of words are also important. 
Afterwards, you can type however you’d like. It could be a big, long paragraph or it can be choppy and short which is good to keep the readers moving along. 
It is similar to Microsoft Word where you can change the size and type of font, bold, italics, color, highlight, etc. 
You can also add pictures or links to videos. Which are next to the highlight button on the of the screen, but underneath the “title”. To add a photograph, click on the small button that looks like two small mountains, or triangles. Then you can either upload a picture from your photos from iCloud or photos saved on your computer. The “three dots” next to the emoji icon on the top of the screen will allow you to change the way your words…