Absolutely! My Black Lab has many times. I realize this might be an answer in relation to a pool problem, but dogs certainly can! Thankyou for your answer. Something has dug a large hole under our pool deck and now the pool is leaking like crazy. Woodchucks are also very destructive. In Calif. …
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Elephants are the largest land mammals in the world. Of these, the African Bush Elephant, Loxodonta Africana, is the the largest.
A fish is a fish, neither mammal nor reptile. There are birds, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, athropods, platyhelminths, poriferans, annelids, nematodes, cnidarians, echinoderms, mollusc's and there are fish witch are scaly creatures that live in water
I think it's because the way our body is formed from the so called,
"First humans" on earth. and by that, the first humans have to be
warm blooded to keep warm. they didn't have lots of shelter, and so
they had to be warm. They did have hair, but they needed more than
that. That's how our body works…
Reproduction in most mammals involves internal fertilization by the male of one or more eggs in the female. The most common method of delivery is the placental form, where fairly well-developed offspring develop in the uterus and are born live. The other two delivery methods are 1) the marsupial, w…
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Because the skeletons of what we believe to have been reptiles have been found deeper in the earth than the skeletons of what we believe to have been be mammals.
No, a bird is not a mammal because it lays eggs, it metabolizes
nutrients differently, they have a different digestive tract, and
they have lighter bones.
Actually you should ignore the fact that a bird lays eggs. A
platypus lays eggs and is a mammal, however, a bird is not a mammal
because a mam…
The platypus and the echidna are the only mammals which lay eggs. They belong to the group known as "monotremes" and are both native to Australia.
The Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is a semi-aquatic mammal endemic to eastern Australia and Tasmania. Together with the two species of echidna, it is one of the three species of monotremes, the only mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth to live young.
There is a number of different wildlife native to Italy. They have everything from deer, to wolves to bears to wild boar. For more details, have a look at the source material.
Horses and cows suck up water rather than lap it with their tonges. Snakes also drink in this way, but they aren't mammals.
Kitti's Hog-nosed Bat, Craseonycteris thonglongyai aka
There are over 5000 species of mammals in the world. There are about 5,700 to 6000 known species of mammals in the world.
Its a dinosaur Answer: The origin of turtles is still pretty much a mystery. The earliest turtles were aroud some 200 million years ago. Two theories are presented:
Turtles are members of an ancient group of reptiles called Parareptilia. They are the only survivors of this group
The other theory…
Mammals are a class of animals belonging to the Phylum Chordata and Subphylum Vertebrata. They are defined by certain characteristics which all mammals share, including: glands that produce milk, hair, three bones in the middle ear, and a neocortex in the brain. Most mammals are born live, but ther…
A Coatimundi or Coati is a carnivorous mammal from South America and the southern part of North America. It resembles a skinny raccoon, lives in groups, and climbs trees, but forages on the jungle floor. A distinctive feature is their long, erect, black and white ringed tail.
no they are invertebrates
No, they cannot mate. The reason for this is way the fetus develops in each animal is very different. The placental mammal fetus grows and matures within the mother's uterus for the entire pregnancy, obtaining nourishment from the placenta. When the infant is born, it is fully formed and can survive…
Birds are not mammals at all.
The Bloop, because with extremely loud and low frequent sound
the sound kilometer is more than 3,000 km miles from it's source.
If its an animal, it is louder than the loudest animal in the
If that fantasy, including the invented "sound kilometre [sic]",
means anything to anyone... Good L…
By mass, the smallest mammal is the Etruscan shrew which weighs
less than one gram and is between 1.5 and 2 inches in length. By
skull size and length, the smallest mammal is the bumblebee bat
(aka Kitti's Hog-nosed Bat) which is a little over one inch
(30-40mm) in length and also weighs between 1g …
The largest extant feline in the world is the liger, which is a
hybrid crossbreed of the male lion and the female tiger. Males can
reach 3.5 m in length, excluding the tail, and a weight in excess
of 370 kg.
The largest wild cat in the world is the Amur Tiger, also known as
the Siberian tiger. Its…
The numbat is a small, squirrel-sized marsupial of Australia. It is not related to squirrels at all, as Australia does not have squirrels. It feeds exclusively on termites. A strikingly attractive animal, it does have a bushy tail, though not as bushy as a squirrel's. It is unique in the way it hold…
By almost any absolute measurement, the blue whale is the
biggest mammal living today.
It can grow up to 100 feet and weigh more than 100 tons.
On land its the African elephant.
No. Fish are cold blooded and lay eggs, and do not nurse their babies with milk. Animals such as whales, dolphins and porpoise are mammals although they live in the same environment as fish. Mammals cannot filter air out of the water with their lungs, as fish do with their gills. There are two ty…
The cheetah is the fastest ever land mammal in the world cause of its bendy leg it can reach speeds from 70 miles per hour to 100. wow! Acinonyx jubatus; the cheetah. The Cincinnati Zoo's cheetah ambassador just beat the 2001 land-speed world record for mammals. A male cheetah in South Africa cover…
The answer is Kangaroo Rat. It will not drink water throughout its
Blue whale is the fastest mammal in the water.
yes, there is a green mammal. it is called the yipsher.
dont forget ogres they are green
it is the human
it is the human
No, birds are not mammals. They do not bear live young, they lay eggs. They do not produce milk to feed their young. And they do not have hair, they have feathers. They metabolize nutrients differently, they have a different digestive tract, and they have lighter bones. They belong to the class Aves…
A Mammal is normally defined as a warm-blooded animal with a
covering of fur, skin or hair which gives birth to live young who
are nourished with milk, and who are vertebrate. All mammals suckle
their young, but there is a sub-group known as monotremes, which
are the egg-laying mammals. This group i…
Why Female Mammals Live Longer
Once you've been married, you'll understand why. ;)
Seriously, I'm of the opinion it's more a case of genetics than
You can probably find a lot of information on the 'net or at the
public library. Or better yet, the next time you have a doctor's
The Mammal-like Reptiles, or Therapsids first appeared about 285 million years ago near the begiining of the Permian which is well before the dinosaurs. They evolved quickly and many different groups arose. They were very successful until about the end of the Permian, about 245 million years ago, wh…
Cheetahs are the fastest mammals. They can run at an average speed of around 70 mph but can only sustain this for short distances. There are other animals (like the red tail swift and peregrine falcon) which are faster. The tiger beetle may be the fastest relative to its body size.
Ducks are not mammals - they are birds. The differences between birds and mammals are: Birds have feathers while mammals have fur, hair or skinBirds lay eggs whilst mammals (with the exception of the monotremes) bear live youngBirds do not feed their young on mothers' milk like all mammals do
Pangolins are covered in large, hard, horny scales.
The three-toed sloth. It spends virtually all of it's life lazily hanging from a single tree branch, eating leaves that are in reach.
The smallest mammal is the bumble bee bat. It lives in caves in Thailand. Its body is only 1 inch long, its wingspan is much larger, about 5 inches.
mammals. Xoloitzcuintli is a dog breed recognized by the American
The blue whale
The largest mammal is the blue whale. It is the largest mammal in the history of the earth. It is the largest animal in the history of the earth.
yes i think
A mammal is a warm-blooded animal that are different from reptiles
and birds in several ways. Mammals have hair, mammary glands,
middle ear bones, and a neocortex (a region of the brain).
Bats are the only known mammals that can fly.
However, the flying squirrel and the sugar glider are two species of mammals that can glide from a high point to a lower point and cover up to 50 metres of ground. This is useful for jumping large distances between trees.Bats - no question.
Florida's state mammal is the Florida panther.
By the term "marsupial-like," I assume you are asking for a mammal that is like a marsupial but is not one. Colugos, which are placental mammals, are marsupial-like in that after a short gestation period (about 60 days), they give birth to rather undeveloped young which then cling to the mother's be…
The hippopotamus at 1821 psi
Thyroid hormones and the central nervous system of mammals help. Other stuff like storing fat and fatty oil also help. that for mammals in general.
Mammals can regulate the temperature of their bodies by having one
thing. The one thing that helps them is counter-current heat
Mammals get food from plants or other animals .
Land or Sea?... Land Is Either giraffe, or Elephant. Sea is blue Whale.
The Dunnart is one type of marsupial mouse that can easily consume the equivalent of its own body weight daily.
The largest mammal on Earth is also the largest animal to ever live on land or in the ocean, dwarfing even the largest Dinosaur, and is the Blue Whale. Measuring in at over 110 feet and weighing 200,000lbs (110 to 160 metric tonnes) this magnificent animal is still mostly a mystery to science. It ha…
The blue whale is the largest.... other types of whales are the 2nd largest
Like modern elephants, mammoths were grazers. Most of their diet consisted of grass. Also like modern elephants, however, they probably ate some leaves and occasional fruit.
A blue whale is the largest mammal, by far. The elephant is the largest land mammal.The largest land mammal is the African Elephant. The largest mammal, however, is the Blue Whale.
The Blue Whale.
The Blue Whale is the largest mammal currently on earth.
Yes, humans are mammals, because we have warm blood, we give birth to live young, and females produce milk to nurse their young.Yes. They share the same characteristics that every mammal does: All mammals are warm blooded.Most young are born alive.They have hair or fur on their bodies.Every mammal …
millions of years ago
No, most mammals can't see in color.
They hunt, scavenge or forage to obtain food. Some are omnivores, some are carnivores, and some are herbivores. :D
Most mammals use sexual reproduction, where fertilization is
internal, and give live birth.
Some mammals are oviparous (egg laying) mammals called monotremes,
namely platypuses and echidnas -- the young are not born live but
are nursed after they hatch.
Pouched mammals and placental mammals give…
All mammals are technically 'warm -blooded'.
A mammal is a subdivision of animals. It is a warm blooded animal that feeds its young with milk from its mammary glands hence the term mammal.
A kangaroo is a marsupial, one of 3 types of mammals. It is a mammal because it has fur and it feeds milk to its joeys (its babies).
All mammals have mammary glands to feed their young. Humans do this thing too, therefore we also mammals. Humans have hair which is a mammalian character . Mammals, the class of vertebrate animals is characterized by the presence of sweat glands, including sweat glands modified for milk production …
This depends entirely on whether the mammal is a carnivore (meat
eater), herbivore (plant eater), or omnivore (eating just about
anything). There are also the insectivores (insect eaters) and
frugivores (fruit eaters).Mammals live in a variety of habitats so they eat a variety of food. Some like hor…
1. I chose My dog.
2. Blue whale
3. HUMANS4. Leopard
there are whales and also humans are mammals. Answer There are about 21 orders of mammals. Examples of mammals, by order are: Order Primates: tarsiers, lemurs, sifakas, aye-ayes, bushbabies/galagos, pottos, angwantibos, lorises, chimpanzees, bonobos, humans, orangutans, gorillas, gibbons, baboons…
the blue whale.
A team or a passel.
None. Birds and mammals are distinct from one another.
The animal may be either an Alpaca or a Llama. Bother are very similar, but the alpaca tends to have a longer, wavier, thicker coat.
Names of insectivorous mammals are shrew, mole and hedgehog, An insectivorous mammal is of the order Insectivora. They are generally small, have simple teeth and feed on invertibrates.
68% of animals are nocturnal, but the other 32% aren't.
Bats are the only flying mammals. There are also flying lizards,
snakes, and squirrels, but they actually glide from one place to a
The only mammal that can (truly) fly is a bat. The rest can glide or parachute jump.
a mammal is a warmblooded animal that has to stay warm around any cold temperature and has fur and a backbone.
The mammals a predator eats depends on the predator and its
habitat. Small predators eat foods they can fit into their mouths
and large predators like lions and tigers eat large prey like zebra
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I'm sure its a three-toed sloth. They only come down from a tree once a week. Scientists who study sloths are always falling asleep - I'm not joking! Imagine watching a furry green thing do nothing for hours on end? The first thing a scientist who first saw the sloth said was: "I have never seen an …
The blue whale, which can be over 100 feet long and 100 tons in weight. The largest land mammal, unsurprisingly, is the elephant.
The blue whale is the largest mammal in the world. The largest land mammal is the elephant (followed closely by the hippopotamus).
The loudest noise or sound is The Bloop because in 1997, U.S. NOAA
heard a sound that is never been heard of that is also the loudest
sound ever. The sound can cause from more than 5,000 km away from
it's source. If it is an animal, it is louder and bigger than the
loudest animal and the biggest ani…
These days it's the elephant.
Yes, all dogs are mammals
My guess would be rabbits, as they're known for being so prolific.
I'd guess rats or other rodents would be same if not more prolific than rabbits.
Fresh water mammals include such species as the beaver (North America), platypus (Australia), several species of otter (found on several continents), and the freshwater dolphin, or Boto (South America). Manatees also spend a large portion of their time in freshwater, but may venture out to sea for p…
AnswerCommon dolphin, elephant seal, hubb's beaked dolphin, pacific white sided dolphin, gray whale, humpback whale, California sea lion, harbor seal, southern sea otter, manatee's and orca whale. Hope that helped. :)Semi aquatic mammal.
The first mammal in space was a Rhesus monkey named Albert II, launched by the US on 14 June 1949 in a captured German V-2 rocket. His rocket reached an altitude of 134 Km but he died on impact after a parachute failed during the return to Earth. The first mammal to orbit the earth was the dog Laik…
The tallest mammal is the giraffe, being 5-6 meters tall, or 16-20 feet.
Okay, the answer i got for this question was that mammals excrete in two ways. The first was in during the digestive system, It simply means that the waste goes through the body and out the anus. The other way is that they go through chemical waste. This means whenever a mammal breathes fo…
The strongest mammal in the world would defiantly be The tiger, much larger than the lion (and of course strongest too) , it could rip up a polar bear, and it has more body power than a humpback whale. :]~~~~~~ *