What is the family of the animal that is aquatic and has fur and external ears?
You are referring to earred seals or sea lions...which are the super family Pinnipedia family Otariidae.
...or sea otters family Mustelidae sub family Lutrinae
All mammals have external ears .
Whales, dolphins, walruses, seals, are four species that don't have external ears.
Seals are aquatic mammals. There are about 32 species of seals. There are two types of seals: the earless, or true, seals (family Phocidae); and the eared seals (family Otariidae), which are sea lions and fur seals. In addition to the presence of external ears, eared seals have longer flippers than earless seals.
Moles are members of the mammal family, closely related to shrews. Most moles burrow but some species are aquatic or semi-aquatic. Moles are covered in fur, with small eyes and its ears are usually not visible. Moles are found in North America, Europe, and Asia, although they are not found in Ireland.
Jaguars have external ears.
They are adaptations to aid the animal in it's everyday life. African elephant ears are no more efficiant for hearing than Indian elephant's ears but they are much larger in external area. This is so that large blood vessels can circulate great quantities of blood through the ear flaps quickly to aid in cooling the blood and therefore the body. Aquatic animals, water-dogs, beaver etc have different ears best adapted for their environment. Other animals… Read More
Not all animals that hear have external ears like many mammals do, but many can sense the vibrations that we perceive as sound through other sensory organs, which you might call "ears".
Sea lions are in the family Otariidae ("eared seals"), therefore they have external ears and hear stuff very much the same way we do. The family Phocidae ("earless seals") has no visible ears, but can still hear.
A grey seal has no external ear flaps, but it can close its ear holes to keep the water out. Hope that helps!
No, for an animal to be classified as an arachnid it must have eight legs. Snakes are reptiles that have no legs, and also lack eyelids and external ears.
Yes, dinosaurs do have ears, but unlike ours they are not external. If you mean ears like a humans or other mammals then no dinosaurs did not have "ears" they instead had holes in the sides of their heads, these are known as internal ears whereas humans and mammals ears are external ears.
Yes.Cats do external ears.
exothermic, aquatic, vertebrates, scales protect body, limbs modified to fins for swimming purposes, gills for respiration, no external ears, no eye lids, two chambered heart. ! :)
Yes, all primates have external ears.
Yes. All primates have external ears.
Yes. The platypus has ears but no external earlobes, so in that sense they have invisible ears. They have external openings to the ear which are located either side of the base of the jaw.
No - they do not.
Yes, they do, but not all of them are drawn with large external ears.
Yes. Wombats have clearly visible external ears.
Yes. The platypus has ears, and an acute sense of hearing. Platypuses have no external earlobes, so in that sense they have invisible ears. They have external openings to the ear which are located either side of the base of the jaw.
Not external ears like we do. They are probably about the same as those of a lizard.
yes, the have an external covering to protect from water infiltration
because they aer on the outside external means out.
Lizards have external ears (ear holes) and eyelids. Snakes no not have external ears and they do not have eyelids, instead they have a special clear scale that protects their eyes.
Platypuses have no external earlobes, so in that sense, they do have invisible ears. They have external openings to the ear which are located either side of the base of the jaw.
They´re basically elephants with small ears and thick fur. Small ears to cope with the cold, and fur for the same reason. Fur is pretty unique on an animal from that family, but otherwise they weren´t very special.
the animal with the biggest ears is probably the elephant
Not as such - they usually just have a 'hole' on either side of the head which leads down to the inner ear. They don't have physical external ears like a cat or humans.
They have, but just not on the outside. External ears would just drag in the water.
Do seals have ears or not because I have always thought they had them but when they were in water they closed up.?
Seal do have ears, they can hear well enough but they do not have the external part of the ear, the so called pinnea (the part you hang ear-rings from). Sea lions have external ears.
Although some of the physical structures of animal ears are similar to humans, the hearing range of the animal causes their ears to work differently.
Yes. However, like most birds, the ears are hidden by feathers, and have no external lobes.
Cobras have no external ears, but they feel vibrations through their skin, up to their jaw muscle
Yes, but they have no external ear structure.
If an animal have their ears outside is a mammal and whose ears are not outside are not mammal.
As you go up in altitude, the external pressure drops and this causes your ears to pop.
Rabbits have long external ears. Frogs do not have external ears. Or, maybe they have some kind of hole at most. Take a look at some pictures of frogs.
Like all mammals, a platypus has two ears.Platypuses have no external earlobes, so in that sense they have invisible ears. They have external openings to the ear which are located either side of the base of the jaw.
All bear species have external ears. If a bear has no ears, something is wrong. Either it was injured or it was born without them as a birth defect.
The external ears do not have any bones.
Cartilage is found in the external ear or pinna. it forms exa skeleton.
The external pinna is the part of the ear that is visible. On a pig, the pinna refers to their long, pink ears.
The long-eared Jerboa is a desert animal with large ears and the African elephant.
the animal with small ears but is large is a hourse with its small ears and long tail
The African elephant has big ears.
snakes, reptiles, worms, insects
fur,whiskers,eyes, ears, tail
They don't have external ears.
It is called "tinnitus".