Jan. 28th, 2007

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Different animals are associated with different genders. When people meet a new dog, they often assume it is male: "What's his name?" With cats, it is often female.

I was reminded of this while watching Cows with Guns the other day. Cows are kind of confusing. For some reason, all cows are assumed to have udders, and horns. Only females have udders, and I think that only males have horns... In the animation, the cow guru is referred to as "him" but has udders...

Is this true for any other animals? Do only male chickens have red crowns? I mean it's probably true about cardinals, because only male cardinals are bright red, but you rarely see cardinals in cartoons I guess...

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