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1 Mammals are vertebrates – they have what??
1 Backbones! (Vertebrates) Mammals also nourish their young with milk, are warm-blooded, and have hair! Home
2 What are mammals that have a pouch to enclose their young called?
2 Marsupials Home
3 Mammals that lay eggs are called?
3 Monotremes (the duck-billed platypus is one )duck-billed platypus Home
4 What is the fastest mammal?
4 Cheetah (60-70 mph = 97-110 kph) Home
5 What is the loudest mammal?
5 The Blue Whale (Howler Monkeys are 2 nd !) Home
6 Carnivores are meat eaters, omnivores eat plants and meat, and insectivores eat insects. What does a herbivore eat?
6 Herbivores are plant eaters!! Home
7 Mammals evolved about the same time that the first dinosaurs appeared. What was the time period?
7 Triassic periodTriassic period (220 million years ago ) Home
8 Which is NOT a mammal? Person – Dolphin – Ostrich - Koala
9 Mammals are warm-blooded. They maintain a constant ______?
9 Temperature! Home
Acknowledgements: Enchanted Learning http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/mammals/ Fun Facts about Mammals http://www5.wittenberg.edu/academics/biol/courses/mammals/Fun_Facts.html General Mammal Information http://www.personal.psu.edu/users/k/i/kit103/mammals.html PowerPoint Template - Mark E. Damon (409 Silver Court, Hamilton, NJ 08690 email@example.com © 2000 - All rights Reserved ) Learn more about Mammals by visiting these Internet sites!
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Mammals are warm-blooded. Warm-blooded means to be able to change their body temperature by their selves. They are also vertebrates. Vertebrate.
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