} I find it interesting that you limit your question to mammals,
} supplicant. I understand why. Anyone who has gone through that
} situation with a pregnant mare, a dolphin and a field mouse would have
} a special feeling for warm-bodied animals that give milk to their
} But that's another question.
} Where were we...Oh yes...undiscovered mammals. Yes, there are many
} mammals that modern biology has not yet classified into kingdom, phylum
} and class. There could be volumes written about what homo-sapiens
} don't know about their own planet. I still get a kick out of reading
} about your beliefs that Atlantis sunk into the sea. <chuckle> Wait
} until you find the "Lost Atlantis Scrolls". Boy, will your faces be
} But, I digress. OK, supplicant since I'm in a magnanimous mood
} tonight, I'll give you a teaser. Here are three mammals that you (the
} whole bloody race, not just *you*, worm) haven't stumbled upon.
} 1. A subspecies of the African Pachyderm that wanders around telling
} the other elephants what to do, even though they really have no
} idea themselves. This elephant is distinguishable by it's lack of
} a trunk. Instead it keeps it's important papers in a briefcase.
} 2. A tree dwelling marsupial that lives in Western Australia. It looks
} so much like another "tree dwelling marsupial" in the area, that you
} (obviously) have overlooked it so far. The only remarkable trait
} of this animal is that, when eaten, it *doesn't* taste like chicken.
} 3. A very, very small mammal that lives along the edge of the Chao
} Phraya River. It is (astonishingly) milligram for milligram,
} the fiercest creature on the planet. For lunch it eats bright red
} Siamese Fighting Fish.
} You owe the Oracle an autographed copy of "Crash go the Chariots".