Where do mammals shelter?
Really Mammals can take shelter just about any where a stray dog could take shelter in a box or a garage. the same with cats they could shelter any where to! And, take us people for example were mammals and most of use shelter just fine.
the people who are homeless are clever to, they could find a run down house.
Do you mean What do mammals need to survive? 1. A sutible habitat with enough space A sutible habitat provides water,food, and shelter to the animal and is in the right temperature range for it to not freeze/overheat 2. Year-round food and water This is obvious. 3.Other mammals of the same species So they don't go extinct
I think it's because the way our body is formed from the so called, "First humans" on earth. and by that, the first humans have to be warm blooded to keep warm. they didn't have lots of shelter, and so they had to be warm. They did have hair, but they needed more than that. That's how our body works. But it is not important that mammals have to be warm blooded.
Placental mammals give birth to live young, which, during development, are nourished by a placenta. Marsupials give birth to very tiny, undeveloped offspring, which they then shelter in a pouch until the baby has developed more fully. Monotremes are mammals that lay eggs, and the only existing types are the platypus and the echidna.
Mice are rodents and mammals. They give live birth and suckle their young. In order to get pregnant and produce off-spring, they use internal fertilization, as all mammals do. They are ready to reproduce at an early age, and are prolific in giving birth. Which is why mice populations can explode in numbers if food and shelter is available.
The extinction of the dinosaurs is thought to have been mainly caused by a dearth of plants that herbivorous dinosaurs consumed in great quantities. On the land, only the smallest creatures such as the shrews (mammals) survived. The colder climate (impact winter) that is thought to have occurred during the Cretaceous-Tertiary (K-T) extinction was also not as harmful to mammals, whose warm-blooded bodies enabled them to function better than the large cold-blooded reptiles. Marsupials and…
They are mammals and have sex in the normal fashion for mammals. The Pregnant Polar Bear may seek out shelter on an Ice Floe ( a sort of mini-berg) failing this they might retreat in Ice Caves. It has been said they will conceive and the embryo will grow while in hibernation, but this does not affect they way they perform the sexual act. Polar Bears are the most aquatic of the non-adaptive Marine Mammals…
Providing shelter is what most tree's do. They block off the sun for shade, and the rain. Trees also conduct electricity, so BE AWARE! Dead trees can actually have more biomass than living trees as insects bore into the wood and birds and mammals den or nest in the hollowed-out cavities. Any tree of any age provides a home for some living thing.
Yes, the word 'shelter' is a common noun, a word for any shelter of any kind. A proper noun is a the name of a person, place, thing, or a title; for example: Dr. Shelter Lee, physician, Chilliwack BC, Canada Shelter Island, NY Shelter Rock Road, Bethel, CT or Shelter Island Drive, San Diego, CA 'Shelter From the Storm' by Bob Dylan The word shelter is also a verb: shelter, shelters, sheltering, sheltered
Most species of bat do not shelter at night, but are nocturnal, meaning they are active at night and shelter during the day. Where they shelter depends on the species of bat. Some shelter in dark, damp caves; others shelter under cliff overhangs; others shelter in mangroves, hanging from mangroves trees.