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Does a Kangaroo Have a Dorsal Nerve Cord?

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Yes, a kangaroo does have a dorsal nerve cord. A kangaroo also has mammary glands and amnion. In addition, a kangaroo has paired legs. A baby kangaroo is called a joey.
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The dorsal nerve cord is a hollow cord dorsal to the notochord. The dorsal nerve cord
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Notochord. (a) The notochord is a stiffened but still flexible rod found between the ventral (front/bottom) gut and the dorsal (back/top) nerve cord. (b) The notochord serves as a
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