Can Animals Have down Syndrome?

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Down syndrome in animals is very rare, however, in the few animals that it occurs in, it is recorded under very low symptoms. In humans, one in every 700 live human births has Down syndrome.
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Yes, animals can have Down Syndrome. It has been documented in cats, although it is very rare. It has also been documented in gorillas and monkeys. You can find more information here: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg12416881.500-downs-syndrome-discovered-in-monkey-.html
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