Definition of Mammals. Meaning of Mammals. Synonyms of Mammals

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Definition of Mammals

Mammals
Mammal Mam"mal, n.; pl. Mammals. [L. mammalis belonging to the breast, fr. mamma the breast or pap: cf. F. mammal.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the Mammalia. Age of mammals. See under Age, n., 8.
Mammal
Mammal Mam"mal, n.; pl. Mammals. [L. mammalis belonging to the breast, fr. mamma the breast or pap: cf. F. mammal.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the Mammalia. Age of mammals. See under Age, n., 8.

Meaning of Mammals from wikipedia

- A mammal (from Latin mamma 'breast') is a vertebrate animal of the class Mammalia (/məˈmeɪli.ə/). Mammals are characterized by the presence of milk-producing...
- Marine mammals are mammals that rely on marine (sal****er) ecosystems for their existence. They include animals such as cetaceans (whales, dolphins and...
- contains all mammals more closely related to placentals than to marsupials. Placental mammals are anatomically distinguished from other mammals by: a sufficiently...
- Cenozoic is also known as the Age of Mammals because the terrestrial animals that dominated both hemispheres were mammals – the eutherians (placentals) in...
- Lists of mammals by region cover mammals found in different parts of the world. They are organized by continent, region, and country, and in some places...
- beast') is a subclass of mammals amongst the Theriiformes. Theria includes the eutherians (including the placental mammals) and the metatherians (including...
- there were many synapsid species that looked like mammals. The lineage leading to today's mammals split up in the Jur****ic; synapsids from this period...
- synapsids "mammal-like reptiles" is incorrect under the new definition of "reptile", so they are now referred to as stem mammals, proto-mammals, paramammals...
- Monotremes (/ˈmɒnətriːmz/) are mammals of the order Monotremata. They are the only known group of living mammals that lay eggs, rather than bearing live...
- reproductive structures; and some other non-mammals, such as some sharks, also bear live young. In **** determination for mammals, female is the default ****, while...