Which word is similar to mammal?
Warm-blooded. Also primate, cetacean, or whale.
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Answer . However is like but, and you can properly begin a sentence with it!
a mammal is warm blooded vertebrate animal. It is distinguished bythe possession of hair or fur
The platypus is a mammal because it has fur and suckles its young. However, unlike all mammals except for echidnas, and like most (not all) reptiles, it lays eggs.
Badgers are similar to mammals such as weasels and skunks. They areall burrowing mammals that have flat, elongated bodies.
Both warm blooded both live in many environments both have four chambered hearts both are omnivores both are in the phylum chordate both live on land
\nSince a whale is a mammal, there should be a few similar characteristics:)\n. \nTry comparing a whale with a bird and a fish. In some of the ways that they differ, is the answer! \n. \nAn example: How does the whale feed its offspring? What does the bird do? And the fish?
Whales ARE mammals. . They have all the characteristics of mammals. Live birth, nursetheir Young, Breathe with lungs, etc etc
Both have an outer covering ! 1. both are warmblooded 2. one has feathers and the others has fur, they might have been the most closely related, 'cuz both are far from scales the other categories have.
There are many different kinds of mammals on earth. You may find different types of mammals in the dictionary.Examples of mammals are humans, cheetahs, Wolves, rhinoceros, Lar Gibbon, sunda fliying lemut and Asian elephant.
vertebrates(with a backbone) . 1. breathe through lungs 2.live on land (most of them>>reptiles) 3.internal fertilization
the laws of physics constrain the shapes that are possible for aquatic animals that swim very fast
All marsupials are mammals, I'm pretty sure. They carry their young in pouches, and feed them milk from inside the pouches, but they are born live, and have fur.
All mammals belong to the class mammalia. What sets out the class mammalia from other classes it that all female are able to produce milk through mammary glands to feed their young and have live birth. Al wells as, both males and females are warm blooded and have hair (humans) or fur (nonhuman mamma…ls). An animal with lungs. A mammal is a furry animal that is avertebrate. Their young are born live. Having a spine, being warm blooded, having hair and giving live birth (although the platypus is an exception to this rule) Actually there are criteria that is to be considered 1-All mammals have a middle ear containing the three ear bones. 2-All mammals produce milk 3-All There is one a single bone on either side of the jaw 4-Most mammals have hair covering their body (in humans losing body hair and increase in brain size are two related evolutionary feats) 5-Mammals have a one single aortic arch 6-Mammals have a diaphragm it is a mammal if it has hair covering its body, feeds on milk when new born, and gives live birth(no eggs>with the exception of the platypus). ( Full Answer )
Afrikaans for "mammal" is "soogdier". In English that translates as "suckling animal". Mammals suckle their young.
they're both warm blooded they live in a lot of places umm.... that's all i no
Fish and mammals are both classified as animals. They both have lungs and an endoskeleton. Fish breathe through gills and live in water. Mammals breathe through lungs and most live on land. Fish reproduce by laying eggs, while mammals give live birth.
They have some similarities. Both reptiles and mammals areprimarily land-dwelling vertebrates, though some species areaquatic.
Monotremes, like other mammals, are warm-blooded vertebrate animals with a covering of fur. Their young are nourished with milk. Other characteristics which monotremes share with other mammals are; - A flexible neck with seven cervical vertebrae - Breathe using lungs - Mammals also show enhan…ced neocortex development - Sound is produced by the larynx (a modified region of the trachea) - limbs are oriented vertically - The mammalian heart has 4 chambers - Internal temperature is generally high - Egg development occurs in the uterus (excluding monotremata) - They have sweat glands - A single jaw bone - Diaphragm - Three bones for a middle ear - Give birth to young alive - Feeds milk to its young - Has hair on its body ( Full Answer )
Both marsupials and placental mammals give live birth, have fur, and feed their young with milk.
They both have a pulmonary artery on the left and the aorta on the right.
The structure of the forelimb of a bird is similar in structure to that of the forelimb of a mammal?
Though they are similar, they are homologous structures. Theforelimbs are anatomically similar . So they have a common ancestorbut they have evolved with different uses.
Homologous structures are proof of anatomical evidence ofevolution. This is evidence that all life has a common ancestor,and that species have evolved over time to fit their environment.
both are alive, both use energy, both are made of cells, both take in energy, and both grow
birds and mammals are both vertebrates. also they are endothermic (warm blooded) and they both have internal fertilization
The structure of the forelimb of a bird is similar in structure to that of the forelimb of a mammal suggesting that both descended from a common ancestor. What is this similarity an example of?
Homologous structures - the forelimb structures are anatomically similar and were derived from a common ancestor; however, they have evolved completely different uses. This provides evidence for divergent evolution or adaptive radiation.
It dose not lay eggs it gives live birth meaning it gives birth with no eggs nothing. And sometimes live on land or sea and breaths air.
They are warmblooded animals. Both are vertebrates and so the bone structures are broadly similar. Birds are more closely related to Reptiles than to mammals.
We ARE mammals. Like all other mammals, humans are warmblooded vertebrates, have hair, give live birth, nourish babies with milk and spend sufficient time with our offspring before releasing them into the world.
Both mammals and birds: 1. are warm-blooded. 2. are amniotes. 3. are vertebrates with skeletons. 4. have their bodies covered with a keratin-based substance. 5. have a four-chambered heart and a closed circulatory system. 6. have many internal organs, such as brains, hearts, lungs*, bronchi, bronchi…oles, esophagi, stomachs, intestines, livers, bones, muscles, gallbladders**, and kidneys. 7. have some flightless species and some species that can fly. 8. are tetrapods by descent, although some mammals (e g cetaceans) have lost some limbs. *Birds' lungs have parabronchi rather than alveoli **Not all mammals have gallbladders ( Full Answer )
Mammals have few similarities to amphibians as compared to the number of differences between them. However, some similarities include: 1. Both, as adults, breathe oxygen. 2. Both have spines and endoskeletons. 3. Both have bilateral symmetry. 4. Both have many internal organs in common, such… as bones, muscles, brains, hearts, lungs, kidneys, bladders*, livers, tracheae, gall bladders, esophagi, stomachs, and intestines. 5. Both are tetrapods, but some species of both classes (e g whales, caecilians) have lost some of their limbs. *The bladders of amphibians are usually not connected to the urinary ducts. They are in a pocket in the cloaca. ( Full Answer )
Mamma ls "Mamma" and "mammal" are very similar words, because both words are directly related. All mammals feed milk from their moms (mammas).
A gnu. Another name for a gnu is a wildebeest, which is a type of antelope.
Both are warm-blooded. Both are covered in some kind of keratin substance. Both are amniotic. Both are vertebrates. Both have four-chambered hearts. Both are advanced groups of animals.
Hair and feathers are both structures made of keratin that cover the body of mammals and birds, respectively. However, hair is based in alpha-keratin, which is softer, while feathers are based in beta-keratin, which is more rigid.
1=Both eat similar food. 2=both are vertebrates, 3=both have sexual method of reproducton.4=both are warmblooded. 5=both have all five special senses,like smell, sight, taste, touch.6= both have pineal gland.7=both have four pairs of limbs. 8=both are heterosexual.9=both have their skin covered.10=b…oth live on land. ( Full Answer )
Possums, which are quite different to opossums, have several close relatives. All of the gliders (e.g. sugar glider, squirrel glider, mahogany gloder, etc) and pygmy possums are related, as is the cuscus . Possums also belong to that broader group of mammals known as marsupials, most of which… have pouches for raising their developing young. These animals include koalas, kangaroos, wombats, bilbies, etc. ( Full Answer )
I think you mean; How do you know if a type of animal is a mammal? Am I correct?
THE SIMILARITIES BETWEEN A REPTILE AND A MAMMAL =) 1. live in land (some) 2.breathe through lungs 3.internal fertilization
SIMILARITIES. Birds, reptiles, and mammals are all a part of the animal kingdom! (OH MY GOSH!) They all need the same things- food, water, vitamins, nutrients, and things of the such. They are all multi-cellular, eukaryotic organisms. They all have the ability to mate and raise/have offspring. These… three also all have similar body parts, and body functions. DIFFERENCES. Mammals give birth to live offspring- birds and some reptiles don't and lay eggs. Birds have the ability of flight- mammals and most reptiles do not. Reptiles are covered in scales or some other form of rough 'coat'- birds have feathers (though some like the Cassowary have some rough and slightly scaly napes and such), and mammals have fur and things of the such. Reptiles and most birds are warm blooded- mammals are cold blooded. Hope it helped! :D ~AP Wulf ( Full Answer )
They mean the same thing it is just that mammals is the plural form of mammal.
Birds and mammals are closely related. There are many similarities - both are vertebrates (have backbones), both are endothermic (warm-blooded) and both breathe oxygen from the air.
Both land mammals and aquatic mammals have hair, milk young, most give live birth, and they all breath with lungs.
Both reptiles and mammals can... 1. breathe through their lungs, 2. give birth, 3. live in similar places, and 4. have good survival skills.
a bird has feathes and a beak and a mammal gives milk to its birth
In the development of sperm cells, the follicle stimulating hormoneand luteinizing hormone are released by the anterior pituitarywhere they stimulate production of testosterone. Testosterone helpssperm cells develop and become mature sperm cells, where they arestored outside the testes in the epidid…ymis. In the development ofegg cells, 400,000 undeveloped eggs are present in the ovaries whena female is born. Hormonal messages in the brain cause the ovariesto develop one egg and releases them into the fallopian tubes whilethe uterine wall thickens. If the egg is not fertilized within 12to 24 hours, the egg stops developing and dissolves, causing theuterus to shed its lining causing menstruation. ( Full Answer )
Mammals have: . a backbone and internal skeleton . warm blood . covering of fur, skin or hair . lings through which they breathe (instead of gills or spiracles) Mammals also: . gives birth to live young (except for the two monotremes - the platypus and the echidna) . nourish their young with… milk, ( Full Answer )
Both fish and mammals are vertebrates. I.E. they both have backbones. Crabs and oysters and the like are invertebrates. They have an external skeleton or shell to hold their bits in place and protect themselves. Invertebrates probably evolved before vertebrates, the first of which, probably includ…ed early fish. Backbones became stronger to hold animals 'up' as they evolved for life on land and the pressures of gravity, without the buoyancy of water. Perhaps you mean WHICH fish are similar to mammals?... Whales and dolphins (Cetaceans) live in the water like fish, but they are mammals,... they breath air through lungs like we do, rather than getting oxygen from the water through gills, as fish do! In the history of their evolution, Cetaceans probably lived on land, as we do, in their ancient past, and then returned to the water... their 'hands' transforming (evolving) into flippers, and legs and feet, fusing into a tail. Hence Whales and dolphins also have a similar skeletal pattern to land mammals! ( Full Answer )
Yes, in some ways birds are very similar to mammals. In others, they differ completely.
They are multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs lacking a cell wall and capable of independent movement. Laymen terms; They have more than one cell in their body that lacks a wall but has a thin flexible membrane. They eat, drink and can move on their own.
Killer whales are the closest relative to the porpoise. They both feature large serrated teeth used for grabbing and holding onto prey for sustenance. They are also close relatives with the baleen whale that has a filter screen within it's mouth to filter sea water for small plant life like plankton…. ( Full Answer )