Is the aardvark a marsupial monotreme or placental?
The aardvark is a placental mammal.
No, the aardvark is a placental mammal.
coyotes are placental :)
The opossum is a marsupial.
Dogs are placental mammals.
Squirrels are placental mammals.
Deer are placental mammals.
It is a placental mammal.
Cattle are placental mammals.
The platypus is a monotreme mammal.
A rabbit is a placental mammal.
A llama is a placental mammal.
The giraffe is a placental mammal.
Elephants are placental mammals.
Dogs are placental mammals.
i think a bear is a placental.
Placental - all whale and all water mammals are placental.
The Iberian lynx is a placental mammal. All members of the feline family are placental.
All species of sloths are placental mammals.
It is none of these an eagle is a bird
Monkeys are placental mammals. They do not have a pouch like marsupials, nor do they lay eggs like monotremes.
The red fox is a placental mammal. Monotremes lay eggs and marsupials have a pouch.
A koala is a marsupial, because its young are born extremely undeveloped and continue most of their growth and development in the mother's pouch
The numbat is a marsupial. It is a small, native termite-eating marsupial found in Western Australia. Unlike almost all other marsupials, the numbat does not have a pouch.
The correct name for the spiny anteater is echidna, and it is a monotreme, or egg-laying mammal. Although it has the nickname of spiny anteater, it is not a member of the anteater family. True anteaters, on the other hand, are placental 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).
A mammal which is not a marsupial or a monotreme is called a placental mammal. There is no opposite to a marsupial. An animal is either a marsupial or it is not. Marsupial is the term given to any mammal of the order Marsupialia whose young are born in an immature state and continue development in the "marsupium" (or pouch).
The spiny anteater, more correctly known as the echidna, is a monotreme. It is an egg-laying mammal.
A mammal that is not a monotreme nor marsupial. It could be a monkey, a dog or cat, any mammal really.
The main difference between monotremes are the other types of mammals is that monotremes lay eggs.
A Tasmanian devil is a Tasmanian devil, and a marsupial. It is not a kiwi (bird), a dingo (placental mammal) or an echidna (monotreme).
I the mammal is a monotreme, it developes in an egg. If the mammal is in the marsupial group, it develops in a pouch on its mother. If it is a placental mammal, it develops in the placenta.
Seals are placental mammals, as the young complete their development within the mother's uterus, attached to a placenta. They do not have a pouch like most marsupials, and they do not lay eggs like monotremes.
Placental mammals do not have a pouch, and nor does the platypus (a monotreme) although the other type of monotreme, the echidna, does develop a pouch during the breeding season. Among the marsupials, there are very few which do not have a pouch. The numbat is a marsupial without a pouch.
The Hippopotamus is a placental mammal, in that its young gestate inside of the female, are are born after they have developed enough to survive outside of their mother. Marsupials females have a pouch within which they carry their young through early infancy. Monotreme females do not gestate their young within their bodies, but instead lay eggs like birds or reptiles.
The defining characteristic of a mammal is that it feeds its young on mothers' milk. This is the case whether the mammals is a placental, a marsupial or a monotreme (egg-laying mammal).
A wallaroo is a marsupial.
A lemur is not actually a marsupial at all. It is a placental mammal, meaning the young are fully developed within the mother's body, and not in a pouch. There is no such thing as an egg-laying marsupial. An egg-laying mammal is a monotreme, and there are only two such creatures in the world, the platypus and the echidna.
a jaguar is a placental
No, they are a marsupial and not a monotreme. There are only 2 members in the monotreme category which are the echidna and the platypus.
A platypus is a monotreme, that is, an egg-laying mammal.
No, they are placental mammals.
A raccoon is not a marsupial. It is a placental mammal.
An ibex is not a marsupial. It is a placental mammal.
Most mammals are placental...marsupial mammals and monotremes are not placental.
A dog is a placental mammal.
No. Whales are placental mammals.
No. Chinchillas are placental mammals.
No. A chimpanzee is a placental mammal. Any primate and any mammal native to the Old World is a placental mammal, not a marsupial.
All bears are placental mammals