Dolphins are placental mammals.
Dolphins are placental mammals. All placental mammals have bellybuttons of some kind.
Aquatic placental mammals include dolphins, whales and dugongs.
No: dolphins are placental mammals. The only monotremes are platypuses and echidnas.
Not at all. Aquatic placental mammals include dolphins, whales and dugong.
Placental mammals do not all have fur. Maine mammals such as dolphins, whales and dugong do not have fur.
Aquatic placental mammals are those mammals which live in water. They include dolphins, whales and dugong, for example.
No, dolphins are placental mammals and have live births.
Humans, dogs, pigs, cows, horses, dolphins, possums, and elephants are all placental mammals but there are others as well.
Sexual, like other mammals Placental
Yes they are along with humans, dogs, possums, pigs, cows and horses.
Most placental mammals (such as human beings) have legs, which they use to move around. However, there are many aquatic placental mammals, such as whales, dolphins, seals, walruses etc., which move mainly by swimming. Bats move mainly by flying.
No. Dolphins are placental mammals (like humans), which means that their young grows inside of them until it's time for the birth.Dolphins are mammals and, like all mammals except for monotremes, dolphins give birth to live young.
"Placental" describes a placental mammal.
There are many marine mammals, all of which are placental, including dolphins, and the dugong, or sea-cow. The only placental mammals native to Australia are bats, of which there are over 80 species, and native hopping mice (rodents, not marsupials), of which there are several species. Dingoes are not truly native, not having originated here.
No. Neither the male nor the female dolphin lays eggs. Dolphins are placental mammals, meaning they give birth to live young. The only egg-laying mammals are echidnas and platypuses.
Yes, they do; the sub-class Eutheria (placental mammals) includes all orders of mammals except monotremes (platypuses and echidnas) and marsupials (opossums, kangaroos, etc.). Cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) are included.
No. There are no insects which are placental.
Most mammals are placental...marsupial mammals and monotremes are not placental.
A cow is a placental mammal.
a jaguar is a placental
No,octopus are not placental, they are cephalopad.
Yes, vicuna are placental.