Question Posted Wednesday February 24 2010, 11:11 am
My little sister was born yesterday and my mom was showing me the umbilical cord and how it is going to fall off and there will be a belly button there. I, of course, knew all of this already but I had never actually seen this happen in person. I think that it's pretty fascinating though.
Do animals have navels too? I've never seen something like a cat with a belly button but maybe the scar is smaller for them? Just curious...
Xenolan answered Wednesday February 24 2010, 9:58 pm: If they're born live (as opposed to hatching from an egg), then they have a bellybutton. It may be covered with fur, in a slightly different spot, or otherwise less noticeable than a human navel, but it's there. [ Xenolan's advice column | Ask Xenolan A Question ]
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