Do non mammal vertebrates have hair?
Mammals are the only animals that have true hair. This feature is what sets them apart from other animals.
A non mammal is something that is not warm blooded or has no fur or hair and also lays eggs. also you are a mammal as a bird isn't.
Goats are warm-blooded vertebrates, covered with hair, that suckle their young with milk produced by the mother.
No, a wasp is an insect. Mammals are warmblooded vertebrates, usually with hair or fur, usually bearing live young which they feed from mammary glands -- hence mammal.
mammal Whales have all the characteristics of mammals they: perform internal fertilization, produce milk for their young, breathe air, have hair (as fetuses), and are endothermic vertebrates.
Mammals are vertebrates with hair.
a mammal is warm blooded
There are both vertebrates(things with backbones) & non-vertebrates(animals without backbones).
All mammals including woolly mammals are different from other vertebrates in possession of hair ,wool is also type of hair .
Mammals have a number of characteristics that define them. They have hair, or fur. They are warm-blooded. They are vertebrates. Most give birth to live young. You are a mammal.
Yes and it is a mammal
An elephant is a mammal. All mammals are vertebrates. Therefore, the elephant is a vertebrate animal An elephant is a mammal. All mammals are vertebrates. Therefore, the elephant is a vertebrate animal
1) vertebrates 2) endothermic 3) hair/fur 4) 4 chambered heart 5) mammary gland
Yes, mammals are vertebrates.
Vertebrates are chordates. The relationship between vertebrates and non-chordates is not as close as that between vertebrates and chordates.
Vertebrates that are warm blooded, have hair or fur, and nurse their young are mammals. Bears are covered in fur, nurse their young with milk, and are warm blooded vertebrates. So they match all the criteria for a mammal.
Of course. It's a mammal; mammals are vertebrates; all vertebrates have backbones.
a mammal? one that gives live birth, has hair, and lactates. NOT all mammals have hair. Dolphins are mammals and they don't have hair. The only common characteristic is they all lactate Not all mammals give birth, the platypus is a mammal and the lay eggs. ALL mammals DO have hair. Dolphins DO have hair. and in regards to the platypus, that creature is the only exception and it is very loosely called a… Read More
Mammals, a branch of vertebrates, possess hair and mammary glands. No other vertebrates do.
A non-mammal. It is a kind of jellyfish.
A raccoon is a mammal and is a vertebrate.
All invertebrates are without a backbone; that's what makes them invertebrates. All mammals have a backbone. Hence, no mammal is an invertebrate.
Mammals are ectothermic (warm blooded), have a 4 chambered heart, specialized teeth, body covering of fur or hair, and suckled their young.
A quail is a bird not a mammal, so they are non-mammals...
yes, it is a mammal and mammals have vertebrate Is the mouse a vertebrate? yes, it is a mammal and mammals have vertebrates.
Any mammal. The two defining features of mammals are hair and feeding the young with milk. Mammals are a subsection of vertebrates (backbone-possessing animals), so they all have backbones too.
The cow belongs to the mammal group because even tho it has only a little bit of strands of hair it gives birth to live young also/mainly because it has hair or fur.
It's a vertebrate, it has a backbone. In fact, it's a mammal, and all mammals are vertebrates.
vertebrates are fish, and invertebrates are slugs
of course not! the belong to the phylum cnidaria. all cnidarians are invertebrates. all mammals are vertebrates. box jellies do not nurse their young, have hair, and they are not warm blooded.
All mammals are vertebrates, a rat is a mammal.
All mammals are vertebrates. No mammal is an invertebrate.
No. It is said that all mammals are vertebrates.
All mammals are vertebrates no matter what.
Mammals are all vertebrates (having a backbone), but only a small number of vertebrates are mammals. Reptiles, fish, and birds are all vertebrates, but they are not mammals.
No they can't
Every mammal has hair. Even a dolphin which is a mammal also. The elephant is a mammal because it isn't born in an egg and has hair.
A deer is a Vertebrate. Vertebrate=Has a backbone Invertebrate=Does not have a backbone A deer is a mammal, and all mammals are vertebrates.
Bats are mammals and have backbones, so they are vertebrates. Yes, and a mammal (all of which are vertebrate animals.) This means that it has a backbone.
No. Mammals are vertebrates (animals with backbones) that are warm-blooded, grow hair, have a four-chambered heart and, most important, produce milk to feed their offspring (the milk-producing mammary gland is the source of the name "mammal"). Snails have none of these characteristics.
Yes a Coyote is a mammal and all mammals are vertebrates.
Yes They Have The Are Mammals and all mammal are Vertebrates (With Backbone)
beluga whales are vertebrates mammal
A wolf is a mammal, all mammals are vertebrates.
The vertebrate group in which humans belong to is the mammal group. Humans belong to the Mammal group.
Well, vertebrates evolved from non-vertebrates if that's what you mean.
There are 5 types of vertebrates: Fish, amphibian, reptile, bird and mammal. Endothermic (warm blooded) vertebrates are: birds, mammals. Exothermic (cold blooded) vertebrates: fish, amphibian, reptile.
Pandas do not have vertebrates: they are vertebrates, which are animals that have a backbone and an internal skeleton. The smaller bones of the backbone are called vertebrae, not vertebrate. The panda is a mammal, and all mammals are vertebrates.
The major difference between vertebrates and invertebrates is that vertebrates have a back bone and invertebrates don't