And yet the strongest piglets still seem to have an edge.
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Weakest Piglets May Sneak Help from Strongest Siblings - Scientific Americanchicks who are more likely to survive. Nature's a rough place. But mammals like pigs can't selectively provision their offspring the way birds do, because all the babies nurse at the same time. <span>And yet the strongest piglets still seem to have an edge. One hypothesis goes that the weaklings might not have sufficient energy to stimulate the mammary gland while they suckle, so they eventually starve from a lack of nutrition. But it turn
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