(Fan-theory) Predator gender in the films

Started by clickymandibles, May 14, 2023, 06:39:06 PM

(Fan-theory) Predator gender in the films (Read 2,499 times)



Quote from: SiL on Sep 14, 2023, 03:20:42 AM
Quote from: Blackdawn on Sep 13, 2023, 10:55:03 PMWhat would clarify everything is if the infants can eat solids as soon as they're born. Meaning females have no mammary glands. If the infants can't eat solids then females have mammary glands.
Birds might have something to say about that.

Conversely, so would Guinea pigs - mammals, but the pups can eat solids at birth.

The distinct lack of nipples is a decent enough sign they're not mammals.

Predator: Eyes of the Demon
Field Trip

Now, some books are not taken into account. Forever Midnight being one of them and was later fixed.

I liked Field Trip at the beginning, but as Hicks said. It went off the rails towards the end.

I say they do have mammary glands, but because of diet and genetics you really don't see them until they're nursing. And even then aren't big. That was before getting this book too.

Just sayin'.

Now, via going off movies. Ain't no one knows. Though it would be nice to know!!!! Just my POV.

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