Why do marine mammals float?
Not all marine mammals float, but the ones that do float because the body of the animal is sitting on the surface of the water and that makes the pressure of the body of the animal float because the body is rising from all the pressure.
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marine mammals move by swimming
Orcas are the fastest marine mammals
marine mammals or course
Marine mammals are mammals that live in the marine water. It is not a biological group but an ecological group,It is based on marine habitat . The two properties of a marine mammal are: Reliance on marine environments, and Being a mammal.
Marine mammals do not live on land, and no marine mammals lay eggs. Marine mammals include whales, dolphins and porpoises.
Yes all marine mammals have eyelids.
Over 99.9% of marine mammals are in the wild.
no their marine birds
Marine mammals live and water and they need to surface to breathe. While land mammals can breathe just as humans do.
ok the marine marine mammals names are dolphins,seals,sea lions,walruses, and i will give u the rest later bye!!! oh and if u happen to no how marine mammals get deep in water thx
In the sea, that is what 'marine' means.
They tag and track marine mammals to study their routes and behaviors over a certain time period. Studying how acidification is affecting marine mammals. Studying the environment to see where specific marine mammals may live or migrate to. The communication between the marine mammals using echolocation and their own group communications.
yes gray whales are mammals. They are marine mammals.
Marine mammals live in the hydrosphere.
Marine biologist, vet
yes, a dolphin is a marine mammal
No true fish are mammals. There are marine mammals such as the dolphin, orca, and whales.
Whales and seals are the largest marine mammals in the Southern Ocean.
The marine mammals are the whales, dolphins, and porpoises (order Cetacea), the manatees and the Dugong (order Sirenia), and the seals, sea lions, the Sea Otter, and the Polar Bear (order Carnivora). Marine mammals belong to three orders of mammals.
Terrestrial placental mammals do have fur or hair. Marine placental mammals do not.
Marine mammals respond to temperature change in various ways. In most cases, a change in temperature will cause the mammals to change their habitat.
fish, mollusks, and marine mammals
There are fully marine mammals and sub-marine mammals, this is only the fully marine mammals (Sirenids and Cetaceans). Sirenia There are only 3 manatee species and 1 dugong Cetacea There are 96 species of whale, dolphin, beaked whale, and porpoise. That makes a total of 100 species exactly, but there are still species to discover.
Some marine mammals are the otter, seal, walrus, manatees, dolphin, and various whales.
Some do. For example, dolphins and whales are marine mammals and they have fins.
Marine Mammals Order : Pinnipedia
Yes, they do. Whales are marine mammals, and all mammals are vertebrates.
A marine biologist.
Yes they are. In fact they are marine MAMMALS in the Order Cetacea.
All marine mammals have flippers of differing size.
The address of the Marine Mammals Of Maine is: 3 Indian Ridge Drive, Biddeford, ME 04005-9366
Gordon C. Pike has written: 'Marine mammals of British Columbia' -- subject(s): Marine mammals
Most mammals can swim, if they have to. The most dedicated swimmers are the marine mammals, whales, dolphins, manatees.
The Sea Otter (Enhydra lutris) is adapted to an aquatic environment. As their name suggests, they are marine mammals, but unlike other marine mammals they rely on their incredibly thick fur to keep them warm--other marine mammals have blubber for the same purpose.
A Marine Mammalogist is someone who studies Marine Mammals. (Whales, Dolphins, Seals, Sharks, etc.,)
No. There are no marine mammals which lay eggs. The only egg-laying mammals are the platypus and the echidna: the platypus is semi-aquatic, but restricted to fresh water, and the echidna is strictly terrestrial.
There are no land mammals in or on Antarctica. There are only marine mammals.
No. There are no marine marsupials. Whales are placental mammals, not marsupials, which are pouched mammals.
No, narwhals are marine mammals.
Blue whales .
the answer is not "who" but actually "what are" Cetaceans are marine mammals
Robert D Everitt has written: 'Northern Puget Sound marine mammals' -- subject(s): Marine mammals
Daniel Jakobsson has written: 'Fisheries, aquaculture, and marine mammals' -- subject(s): Protection, Government policy, Marine ecology, Fishery policy, Marine mammals, Mariculture, Research
Orcas are not whales. They are the only marine mammals that would eat another whale. Orcas are the fastest of marine mammals. Shamu (at sea world oralado) is the most famous marine mammal! ( He is an orca )
Whales, Dolphins, Porpoise, Dugongs. there are many other marine mamas. For a list of them go to the related link (Marine Mammals) below.