Sugar gliders do not eat small mammals.
Small mammals mainly eat roots and leaves and some insects.
Herons usually don't eat small mammals, really. They prefer fish and insects over mammals.
They eat small mammals more coz i dont think they can eat and find massive or big mammals.
Mammals are sexual, meaning that they reproduce sexually.
small, usually rat-like creatures in the prehistoric age
Some mammals are herbivores, meaning they don't eat meat! (Herbivorous) Others are carnivores, meaning they eat only meat. (Carnivorous) and some mammals are omnivores, meaning they eat both. (Omnivorous)
Really fierce snakes eat any small mammals they can find.
All mammals are vertebrates (meaning they all have a backbone).
Bushmaster Snakes mainly eat small mammals. I dont know exactly what kind of mammals, just that they eat small mammals.
euthanization of mammals
Small in size, or if your looking at the food, Its a small fish commonly known as krill and mainly by fish (or mammals underwater) its eaten by whales,specifically blue.
No. Hippopotamuses are placental mammals, meaning they give birth to live young. Only monotremes are egg-laying mammals, and this small group includes just the platypus and the two species of echidnas.
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No, there were no mammals at that time. Small mammals only came into being, during the end of the dinosaur period. Humans evolved fron these small mammals.
mammals are the creatures who give birth to their babies.examples of mammals are :bear,tiger,human beings,lion,whale,etc.
Most mammals have bilateral symetry. Meaning that they have two equal sides.
Magnanimous simply means generous and giving, it has NO meaning regarding mammals specifically.
On roar, lions eat either large mammals or small depending on feeding schedule if you have small mammals ,all day, but if you have large mammals its twice daily
insects, worms, small birds and small mammals
Not all mammals are large. In fact some mammals are as small as the palm of your hand. Maybe you meant mammoths?
Small Mammals & Fish