Mammal

Mammals are hairy warm-blooded animals that nourish their young with milk. Mammals evolved during the Triassic period . People are mammals.
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Mammal

An animal that has a backbone, breathe`s air, feeds its young with mother`s milk, and regulates its own body temperature.
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mammal

[n] - any warm-blooded vertebrate having the skin more or less covered with hair
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Mammal

Mam'mal noun ; plural Mammals . [ Latin mammalis belonging to the breast, from mamma the breast or pap: confer French mammal .] (Zoology) One of the Mammalia . Age of mammals . See under Age , noun , 8.
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mammal

<zoology> One of the Mammalia. Age of mammals. ... Origin: L. Mammalis belonging to the breast, fr. Mamma the breast or pap: cf. F. Mammal. ... (20 Mar 1998) ...
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mammal

mammalian noun any warm-blooded vertebrate having the skin more or less covered with hair; young are born alive except for the small subclass of monotremes and nourished with milk
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mammal

(mam´әl) an individual of the Mammalia, a division of vertebrates, including all that possess hair and suckle their young. adj., mammal´ian., adj.
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Mammal

• (n.) One of the Mammalia.
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mammal

any member of the group of vertebrate animals in which the young are nourished with milk from special mammary glands of the mother. In addition to ... [66 related articles]
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mammal

mammal Etymologically, mammal denotes an 'animal that suckles its young'. The word is a derivative of mammalia, the term for that whole class of animals, coined by the Swedish naturalist Linnaeus from Latin mammalis 'of the breast', which has been traced back to a prehistoric Indo-European element mamma.
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Mammal

[EP] ==Background== Mammal formed in Melbourne, Australia in March 2006 when vocalist Ezekiel Ox (ex-Full Scale Deflection, Full Scale) joined guitarist Pete Williamson (ex-Pete Murray & the Stonemasons) who was writing songs with session bass guitarist, Nick Adams; the trio were joined by drummer, Zane Rosanoski. In mid-2006 they entered t
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Mammal

[disambiguation] A mammal is a member of a class of vertebrates. Mammal, mammals or mammalia may also refer to: ...
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Mammal

[EP] ] (MGM [Metropolitan Groove Merchants]2006) Vol 1: The Aural Underground (MGM [Metropolitan Groove Merchants]Live Album [2007]) The Majority (Shock 2008) Vol 2: Systematic/Automatic (live album) (5 September 2009) ===Singles=== `Slaves/Nagasaki in Flames` (2007) `Smash the Piñata` (2008) `The Majority` (2008) ...
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Mammal

[band] Mammal were an Australian band that formed in March 2006. Mammal rose up the ranks of the Australian music scene very quickly. Their first self-titled EP was recorded soon after the band came together. Their debut live album `Vol:1 The Aural Underground` was recorded just 4 months after the band started touring at a sold out show at
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Mammal

Group of warm blooded vertebrate animals. Common characteristics found in these organisms include: hair, milk secretion, diaphragm for respiration, lower jaw composed of a single pair of bones, middle ear containing three bones, and presence of only a left systemic arch.
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mammal

A member of the class Mammalia. Mammals are warm-blooded, usually hairy vertebrates whose offspring are fed with milk secreted by the mammary glands. All but a few are placental. The bones and muscles of the legs carry the weight of the body, while the backbone is a girder between them from which ...
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mammal

mammal, an animal of the highest class of vertebrates, the Mammalia. The female has mammary glands, which secrete milk for the nourishment of the young after birth. In the majority of mammals the body is partially or wholly covered with hair; the heart has four chambers, and only the left aortic arc...
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mammal

Type: Term Pronunciation: mam′ăl Definitions: 1. An animal of the class Mammalia.
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mammal

Any of a large group of warm-blooded vertebrate animals characterized by having mammary glands in the female; these are used for suckling the young. Other features of mammals are hair (very reduced in some species, such as whales); a middle ear formed of three small bones (ossicles); a lower jaw consisting of two bones only; sev...
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Mammal

An animal that has a backbone, breathe`s air, feeds its young with mother`s milk, and regulates its own body temperature.
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mammal

An animal that nourishes its young with milk produced by the female.
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mammal

a member of a group of animals that have backbones and hair, breathe oxygen, and care for their young; females of this group produce milk to feed their young
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Mammal

A warm-blooded animal that has hair on its skin and gives its young milk to drink.
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Mammal

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mammal

warm-blooded animals that are vertebrates and usually have hair; female mammals produce milk in mammary glands
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