No: cats are placental mammals. Marsupials are those mammals that rear their young in pouches, for example a kangaroo.
Specifically, marsupials are characterised by bearing very undeveloped young. Not all marsupials raise their young in a pouch. the numbat of Western Australia, for example, does not have a pouch, but the undeveloped young latch onto a teat on the mother's underside, and cling to her belly with sharp claws for several months.
No. Marsupials have pouches. Marsupials include kangaroos, koalas, wallabies and so on.
They do not have pouches as they are not marsupials.
No. Cats are not related to tasmanian devils. Cats are placental mammals and Tasmanian devils are marsupials. There are no true native cats in Australia.
Yes. Cats and kangaroos are both mammals. Cats are placental mammals, and kangaroos are marsupials.
Impossible! There are no wild cats in Australia although they do have some cat-like marsupials,
Neither Antarctica nor Australia have any wild cats. However, Australia does have some cat-like marsupials.
No, bats are not marsupials, they are placentals, just like humans, whales, cats and cows.
No. Sugar gliders are marsupials. They are not remotely related to cats, which are placental mammals.
there are lots of wild cats alive, such as , cats, stray cats, lions, tigers, cheetah,etc.
Tasmanian devils belong to the family Dasyuridae. The Dasyurids are carnivorous marsupials.
Wild cats are found on all continents except Antarctica and Australia. However, Australia does have some cat-like marsupials.
They live in every continent except for Antartica.
Marsupials as a class of animals are not going extinct in Australia. However, many individual species of marsupials are going extinct. The reasons for this are:the introduction of species such as foxes, dogs and feral cats which prey on many marsupialsthe introduction of species such asrabbits which take over the habitat and food sources of many marsupialshabitat loss, due to clearing of trees and grasslands for urbanisation and agriculturehumans hunting them in the past has led to loss of many species, but all Australian native marsupials are now protected by law
Yes, animals like kangaroos, marsupials, birds, horses and cats get Ross River fever
Koalas are both marsupials and mammals. All marsupials are mammals, although not all mammals are marsupials.
mega marsupials are dead and marsupials arent
There is no problem with marsupials.
Marsupials have fur.
Marsupials do not migrate.
Yes, Marsupials have fur.
Marsupial comes from the word marsupium, meaning pouch, which all marsupials have. Australia has about 120 species of marsupials. Most marsupials are night creatures.
Yes: quolls are marsupials. They are dasyurids, or carnivorous marsupials, feeding on birds and smaller mammals.
no they are not marsupials, and they are not related to pandas which are bears
Marsupials have no placenta; kangaroos are marsupials.
No, horses are equine mammals. They are not marsupials