Are mantee's mammals?
Yes, in the family Sirenidae, with dugongs.
No mantees don't bite, they are completely harmless!
Mantees/seacows move like mermaids
No, the population of manatees in Florida is believed to be between 1,000 and 3,000.
becasue people on buts dont watch the signes and they run over the mantees
Manatees live in the West Africa,Amazon basin and also in the Noth America's southern regions.
West Indian Manatees eat seagrass, also known as seaweed, and other random plants in their aquatic environment.
Mantees are on the endangered animals list and are facing extinction. You nor anyone else is allowed to buy or sell them.
Mammals Have Hair Or Fur, Non-Mammals Don't.
All marsupials a mammals, but not all mammals are marsupials. Mammals can be divided up into Eutherians, or placental mammals; marsupials; and monotremes, or egg-laying mammals.
All primates are mammals. Not all mammals are primates. Primates are a group of mammals.
Yes, they are placental mammals. Most mammals are placental. The other two options are marsupial mammals (mammals with a pouch) and monotreme mammals (mammals that lay eggs).
Yes, all mammals have a skeleton. Yes, all mammals have a skeleton. Yes, all mammals have a skeleton. Yes, all mammals have a skeleton. Yes, all mammals have a skeleton. Yes, all mammals have a skeleton.
The three types of mammals are: Placental mammals, or Eutherians. This is the largest group of mammals. Marsupials (often referred to as the "pouched mammals") Monotremes, or egg-laying mammals
We are mammals, and mammals are one category of animal, so we are both animals and mammals.
Penguins are not mammals. They are birds.
The two types of mammals are placental mammals and nonplacental mammals. Placental mammals are humans, dogs, apes, etc. Nonplacental mammals are kangaroos, platypus, opossum,etc.
Most Australian mammals are marsupials unlike American mammals.
No, all sea animals are not mammals. Fishes are not mammals, but dolphins are mammals.
No. There are no amphibians that are mammals. Amphibians are the frogs, toads, salamanders and newts plus their kind. And none of them are mammals. Not all vertebrates are mammals, though all mammals are vertebrates. Vertebrates have backbones, and apes and whales are mammals and are vertebrates. But there are many vertebrates that are not mammals. Fish are vertebrates, and they are not mammals.
Mammals do have hair. Thats what makes them mammals. Presence of hair is mammalian character . Humans are mammals and we have hair. mosty all mammals have hair
No mammals are invertebrates, All mammals are vertebrates.
Mammals are endothermic Mammals are endothermic.
Sharks are NOT mammals.
1. Insect-eating mammals 2. Flying mammals 3. Rodents 4. Aquatic mammals 5.Hoofed mammals 6. Meat-eating mammals Thank you :)
land mammals live on land, sea mammals live in the water.
Mammals are called are called mammals because they have mammary glands( also called breasts, teats or udders), which allow mammals to nurse their babies. And yes all mammals must have the presence of hair follicles to be considered mammals. 2nd Answer: Mammals are animals that give live birth and have mammary glands to nurse their young. Mammals get their name from the mammary gland found in all mammals, which produces milk for their young.
Mammals affect people because people are mammals... Also, many people have mammals as pets, we eat other mammals such as cows and pigs.
Endangered marine species include the mantees, seals, sealions, turtels, and whales. Drift net fishing is killing dolphins, albatrosses, and other sea birds, (petrels, ausks), hastening the dedine of fish stocks and contributing to international diputes
mammals have faur or hair like were a mammals
placental mammals are the most famous mammals
Most mammals can, but not all. Humans are mammals.
Primates are not 'similar' to mammals, they ARE mammals.
No mammals are invertebrates. All mammals are vertebrates.
A crocodile is a reptile, not a mammal.
Mice are mammals. Snakes are reptiles - not mammals.
Koalas are both marsupials and mammals. All marsupials are mammals, although not all mammals are marsupials.
Different mammals eat different food. Mammals occupy varying places on a food chain. Some mammals are vegetarians, they are primary consumers. Some mammals are carnivores, they are higher level consumers. Some mammals are omnivores.
1.) Mammals are warm-blooded vertebrates2.) Mammals have a body covering of hair or fur. 3.) Mammals suckle their young. 4.) Mammals have specialized teeth.
if your talking about what is the difference between mammals and non-mammals, the difference is: the non-mammals lay eggs and the mammals just have baby's out their vagina.. XD
there are no cold blooded mammals no there are no cold blooded mammals
Yes, monkeys are mammals. Like all mammals, they feed their young on mothers' milk. Specifically, they are placental mammals.
* Blackbirds - Birds * Robins - Birds * Foxes - Mammals * Mice - Mammals * Hedgehogs - mammals * Voles - mammals
Birds and mammals are different because birds lay eggs and mammals give birth to baby mammals.
All rodents are mammals, but not all mammals are rodents. Rodents are mammals, a sub-classification of mammals.
Yes, chimpanzees are mammals. More specifically, they are primate mammals.
No, snails are mollusk. They have no backbone and are therefore not mammals. No, snails are not mammals.
Bandicoots are mammals, specifically, marsupials, which means they are pouched mammals.
No, humans are mammals and evolved from other primitive mammals.
They are flying mammals. Other mammals can glide, but not fly.