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In my response to him I talk about why I think, from the research I've done, humans started eating meat, evidence that suggests it's bad for us, and evidence that suggests homo sapiens became cleverer than the other animals whilst they were still frugivorous. And also ways we get B12 on a vegan diet. I'm not a scientist but since there's no increase in risk of a B12 deficiency when you go vegan (since meat eaters actually have exactly the same rate of deficiency as vegans do), I draw my conclusions from observations.
Milk and eggs of other beings were designed for that particular being. Milk from a cow for a calf etc and so do not compliment the human body - What other creature drinks Mother's Milk in adulthood. Eggs of another being also have a purpose which is obvious.
Cats and dogs are often seen taking delight in a serving of milk, though I’d rather not consider the consequences. An excellent find on our forum came from Jackass Penguin who cited the Red Billed Oxpecker, a bird that can perch on the udders of an Impala and drink its milk. Elsewhere, in Isla de Guadalupe, feral cats, seagulls, and sheathbills have been observed stealing the milk directly from the teats of elephant seals. So perhaps milk stealing does happen a little more than we currently know.