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Mammals - Mammalia - The Animal Encyclopedia
Mammals (Mammalia) are a group of vertebrates that have hair, a four- chambered heart, a diaphragm, and mammary glands. Mammals are classified into about ...
Mammals - Animals and Wildlife - About.com
Mammals are a group of vertebrates that includes about 21 groups such as anteaters, bats, carnivores, cetaceans, elephants, marsupials, primates, rodents and ...
Basic Mammal Groups - Guide to Animal Classification
An introduction to the basic mammal groups including aardvarks, bats, carnivores , cetaceans, elephants, marsupials, primates, rodents, and many others.
Mammal Species - Biology - About.com
Have you ever thought about what makes mammal species different from other vertebrates? If not, I'm sure that you have noticed the differences between a ...
The First Mammals (Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous) - Dinosaurs
It's not quite true that mammals succeeded the dinosaurs--they lived right alongside these lumbering beasts, in small, quivering, furry form, all through the ...
Mammal Characteristics - Animals and Wildlife - About.com
Learn about the key characteristics of mammals including mammary glands, hair, endothermy, diphyodonty, and more.
Facts About Mammals - The Animal Encyclopedia
Learn interesting facts about mammals and find out about their diversity, evolutionary history and the characteristics make them different from other animal  ...
Pronghorn - Antilocapra americana - Mammal Pictures
Pronghorn are deer-like mammals that have light-brown fur on their body, a white belly, a white rump, and black markings on their face and neck.
Mesozoic Mammal Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
During the Mesozoic Era, the first mammals scurried beneath the feet of larger dinosaurs or perched out of sight on high trees. Here are pictures, illustrations and ...
Even-Toed Hoofed Mammals - Artiodactyla - The Animal Encyclopedia
Even-toed hoofed mammals (Artiodactyla), also known as cloven-hoofed mammals or artiodactyls, are medium- to large-sized mammals whose feet are ...
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