Marsupial

Marsupials are an infraclass of mammals living primarily in Australasia and the New World. A distinctive characteristic, common to most species, is that the young are carried in a pouch. Well-known marsupials include kangaroos, wallabies, the koala, possums, opossums, wombats and the Tasmanian devil. Less well-known species of marsupials include t...
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Marsupial

• (a.) Having a pouch for carrying the immature young; of or pertaining to the Marsupialia. • (n.) One of the Marsupialia. • (a.) Of or pertaining to a marsupium; as, the marsupial bones.
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marsupial

adjective of or relating to the marsupials; `marsupial animals`
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Marsupial

Mar·su'pi·al (mär*sū'pĭ* a l) adjective [ Confer French marsupial .] 1. (Zoology) Having a pouch for carrying the immature young; of or pertaining to the Marsupialia. 2. (Anat. & Zoology) Of or pertaining to a marsupium; as, the marsupial
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Marsupial

Mar·su'pi·al noun (Zoology) One of the Marsupialia.
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marsupial

A mammal whose young are born while still embryos, and must crawl into its mother's external pouch (called the marsupium) to finish development. Most marsupials are Australasian, and include such varied types as the kangaroo, koala, wombat, tasmanian devil, bandicoot, and marsupial mole. The only ma...
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Marsupial

A type of mammal that develops in a pouch.
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marsupial

any of more than 250 species belonging to the infraclass Metatheria (sometimes called Marsupialia), a mammalian group characterized by premature ... [17 related articles]
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marsupial

marsupial (märsOO'pēul) , member of the order Marsupialia, or pouched mammals. With the exception of the New World opossums and an obscure S American family (Caenolestidae), marsupials are now found only in Australia, Tasmania, New Guinea, and a few adjacent islands. They are generall...
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marsupial

n. (adj.) A mammal whose young are born while still embryos, and must crawl into its mother’s external pouch (called the marsupium) to finish development.
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marsupial

n. (adj.) A mammal whose young are born while still embryos, and must crawl into its mother`s external pouch (called the marsupium) to finish development.
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Marsupial

The marsupialia (marsupials) are an extensive group of mammalia, differing from all others in their organization, and including genera which correspond to several orders of ordinary mammals. They belong to the aplacental mammals, and their most striking peculiarity is the production of the young in an immature state, a feature which renders necessa...
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marsupial

Type: Term Pronunciation: mar-sū′pē-ăl Definitions: 1. A member of the order Marsupalia, which includes such mammals as kangaroos, wombats, bandicoots, and opossums, the female of which has an abdominal pouch for carrying the young. 2. Of or pertaining to marsupials.
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marsupial

[adj] - of or relating to the marsupials 2. [n] - mammals of which the females have a pouch (the marsupium) containing the teats where the young are fed and carried
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