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1. What Makes a Mammal a Mammal? - Illinois DNR

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2. INTRODUCTION Mammals have several distinct characteristics that

Mammals have several distinct characteristics that distinguish them from other
animals. Like other verte- brates, they have a flexible backbone or vertebral
column. which supports their body and protects the extensive nerve system
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3. Mammal Orders

The 19 Orders of Mammals. All animals with backbones, including humans, are
chordates. That is, in the language of taxonomy, they belong to the phylum
Chordata. Their subphylum is Vertebrata, meaning that their backbones are
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4. Mammal Scavenger Hunt Activity - Super Teacher Worksheets

Hide the 18 Mammal fact cards around your classroom where students will be
able to find them. You can put them on chairs, on the computer keyboard, on the
back of your classroom door, on the sides of student desks, on the chalkboard, or <
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5. What Makes a Mammal a Mammal? - Illinois DNR

Mammals have hair or fur; are warm-blooded; most are born alive; the young are fed milk produced by the mother's mammary glands; and they have a more complex brain than other animals.
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6. Mammals and Ecosystems - Purdue Extension - Purdue University

Unit Objectives. Students will be able to: • Give the definition for a mammal. •
Explain the characteristics of a mammal. • Know what animals will live in a
particular ecosystem. • Have knowledge of the animals that live in
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7. Illinois Mammals

OBJECTIVES. • Students will be able to list at least five characteristics of
mammals. • Students will be able to name at least three adaptations of one
Illinois mammal (e.g. beaver, bison, or other). • Students will be able
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8. Introduction to Maryland Mammals - AGNR Groups

Mammary Glands. • 3 Middle-ear Bones. What‟s a Mammal ? Three Uniquely
Mammalian Characteristics: 1. Hair: Fur = dense coat, pelage = coat, wool = outer
fur of sheep, goat, etc. Not always present (e.g., dolphins, naked mole rat).
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9. Colour vision in aquatic mammals - facts and open - Angelfire

Aquatic Mammals 2003, 29.1, 18–30. Colour vision in aquatic mammalsfacts
and open questions. Ulrike Griebel1 and Leo Peichl2. 1Konrad Lorenz Institute
for Evolution and Cognition Research, Adolf-Lorenz-Gasse 2, A-3422 Altenberg, <
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CLASS: ANIMALS: MAMMALS. Students will learn the primary characteristics of
mammals and meet some of the mammals that live at the Junior Museum and
Zoo. Pre Activity: Do! Mammal Pictionary. Make a collection Tags:mammals facts

11. Winter in the North: How do mammals survive? - Cornell blogs

Animals in torpor have a slower heartbeat, lower body temperature, slower,
shallower breathing, and less brain activity than they do while active or asleep. In
fact, animals in very deep torpor may have no detectible signs of life! Mam
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