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What make mammals different from all other vertebrates?
they are cold blooded
They use there fins
Mammals have skin with hair or fur, while birds have feathers, reptiles have scaly skin, amphibians have moist skin and fish have scales. Mammals are warmblooded and have a …four chambered heart. The only exception are the birds, who are also warm blooded and have four chambered hearts. Mammals have three middle ear bones, and a neocortex in the brain. They also have specialised teeth, grinding plates or other features to enable them to crush their food. Mammals do not lay eggs, unless they are monotremes, i.e. egg-laying mammals, which includes just the platypus and the echidna. However, the defining characteristic that makes mammals different from other vertebrates is that they lactate, meaning they feed their young on mothers' milk. They have sweat glands, including glands used for milk production. No other member of the animal kingdom has or does this, yet all mammals do, whether they are placentals, marsupials or monotremes.
Primates can see color
What makes you a mammal? You need to be hairy. All mammals have this distinguishing feature. You need to have modified sweat glands that produce milk for your young. As…suming that you are a female, of course. Your lower jaw has a single bone on either side. Most other animals have several bones in the jaw. Your hearing is acute because you have three bones in your middle ear;the stapes,incus and malleus. You have a sheet of muscle that separates your heart and lungs from your liver,stomach,kidney and intestines. This is called a diaphragm. This helps in rapid locomotion but also means you are the only kind of animal that can get a hernia(torn diaphragm). Your main artery leaving the heart curves to the left. Did I say that all distinguishing features are going to have a purpose? It goes left, deal with it! In birds it curves to the right and all other animals have many arteries leaving the heart, so there! For more information, please see www.mammalsrus.com
Adult amphibians look nothing like baby amphibians. They live half of their life in water and half on land.
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.
the reason that we are different from other anamils is because some mammals live under water and us humans dont live under watrer
The defining characteristic of a mammal is that it feeds its young on mothers' milk . This is the case whether the mammals is a placental, a marsupial or a monotreme (egg-lay…ing mammal).
'Vertebrates' are a phylum of animals that possess a spinal cord. All mammals are vertebrates, but not all vertebrates are mammals, as reptiles and birds (amonsts others…) are vertebrates too.
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.
In Animal Life
Koalas differ from most other mammals because they are marsupials. They also differ from many marsupials because they have a backward-opening pouch.
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.
Yes. All mammals have a backbone, and are therefore vertebrate. And all living mammals are endothermic, which is the scientific term for warm-blooded, meaning they generate th…eir own body heat rather than relying on the environment.
In Animal Life
Mammals have two unique characters that differentiate them from other vertebrates.They are: 1.Mammary Gland 2.Hair.