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Mammals is a play by Amelia Bullmore. It was first staged at the Bush Theatre, Shepherd's Bush, London, from 6 April to 7 May 2005. This production then toured the UK in Spring 2006. With a cast of six, including Niamh Cusack, Mark Bonnar and Nancy Carroll. The playwright was awarded the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize for the work. The play depicts a marriage in crisis following husband Kev's revelation to his wife Jane that he is in love with someone else. The arrival of Kev's best friend Phil with his whirlwind of a girlfriend triggers a series of confessions which threatens to upturn all of their lives. Kev and Jane's increasingly desperate attempts to discuss their problems whilst hiding them from their two daughters makes for an insightful and often painfully amusing drama.
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Warm-blooded vertebrate animals belonging to the class Mammalia, including all that possess hair and suckle their young.
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In Asia and Africa there is a transmission cycle in small mammals and monkeys, in the Americas ... we don't know yet.
We belong to the category of mammals and have a brain. We're naturally drawn to sucrose. The sweeter something is, the more we like it.
When you do a safari, you want to see a lion and you want to see an antelope, but these animals come from Asia they are not really African mammals. This is really an African mammal.
By decoding this primitive animal what we hope is to also contribute to the understanding of how mammals, including humans, walk. And therefore understanding input and output relationships of the spinal cord.
Humans and mammals don’t have the ability to make this compound, but we’ve found that many other animal species do, the ability to make gadusol, which was first discovered in fish eggs, clearly has some evolutionary value to be found in so many species.
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