blodgett present the wildlife of the country:
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I like it!!! :D Have come to some alarming answers though.
blodgett classes as beetle.
i didn’t know the best discriminating question between a fox and a carrot was whether it eats shoes. perhaps there’s a super-surprising form of 20 questions like this.
blodgett never claimed complete or optimal taxonomy! but nevertheless accepts classification of beetle. is good approximation.
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