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What make mammals different from all other vertebrates?
some have back bones and the others dont
amphibians is different from other all other classes of vertebrate,because amphibians has soft skin,moist skin,,and they live in water,,but its depend on its lives.
The presence of a backbone (a "vertebrae") does not DEFINE a mammal because other animals also have backbones, eg reptiles, birds and fish - these animals are also "vertebrate…s". Mammals are mammals because they are the only animals to have fur/hair and feed their young on milk.
Mammals, along with birds, are warm-blooded. Along with reptiles and birds, they are amniotes. Mammals are unique among vertebrates in that they have hair somewhere on their b…odies, feed their young with milk, and give live birth (except for the five species of monotremes). Placental mammals (about 90% of mammals) are unique in that they nourish their young in a placenta before giving birth.
mammals have hair all over their bodies, they give birth to live young, they include the largest animal ever-the blue whale
they have special pouches that they/ carry their babies in. Mammals like these are called marsupials.
Primates can see color
they swim in both water and walk on land
Only mammalian kidneys have a renal pelvis (dilated beginning of the ureter) and renal pyramids (8 to 18 cone-shaped tissues in the renal medulla). The renal medulla (the inne…rmost part of the kidney), and the renal cortex (surrounds the renal medulla) are more distinguishable in mammals than in other vertebrates.
All mammals including woolly mammals are different from other vertebrates in possession of hair ,wool is also type of hair .
they produce young from the womb and they have hair or skin
The most obvious way in which mammals differ from the other four classes of vertebrates is that mammals nurture their young on mothers' milk.
In Animal Life
Mammals have two unique characters that differentiate them from other vertebrates.They are: 1.Mammary Gland 2.Hair.
In Animal Life
A platypus gives milk but lays eggs. Bats are capable of flight (rather than gliding).