Marsupials have fur.
All marsupials have fur or hair.
Yes. All marsupials have fur.
Wallabies are marsupials, so they have fur.
No. Marsupials are mammals, so they have fur or hair. Only birds have feathers.
Marsupials have a body covering of fur.
All marsupials have a covering of skin and fur.
monotremes and marspials are both endotherms, vertebrates, and have fur or hair
This is a feature of all marsupials. Koalas, like all marsupials, are born very undeveloped - without fur or hair, and completely blind and helpless - and must continue their development in the mother's pouch.
All marsupials are mammals, I'm pretty sure. They carry their young in pouches, and feed them milk from inside the pouches, but they are born live, and have fur.
Monotremes and marsupials are both orders within the classification of marsupials.Because monotremes and marsupials are mammals, they are warm-blooded vertebrates with skin, fur or hair, and breathe using lungs.Monotremes and marsupials, along with placental mammals, feed their young on mothers' milk.Monotremes and marsupials are both found primarily (but not exclusively) on the Australian continent.
All mammals including the sub groups marsupials and monotremes.