Theria

Theria (ə; Greek: θηρίον, wild beast) is a subclass of mammals that give birth to live young without using a shelled egg, consisting of the eutherians (including the placental mammals) and the metatherians (including the marsupials). The only omitted extant mammal group is the egg-laying monotremes. The earliest known therian mammal fossil ...
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theria

(from the article `Christianity`) ...John in the creation and restoration of the universe was clarified by locating the Platonic conception of Ideas in the Logos. Greek emphasis on ...
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Theria

(from the article `vertebrate`) ...hair; mammary glands without nipples; pectoral girdle; separate oviducts that open into cloacal chamber that is shared with excretory ducts; ...
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Theria

[moth] Theria is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae. ...
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Theria

Theria In some systems of classification, a subclass of the Mammalia, including the infraclasses Eutheria and Metatheria, the members of which are viviparous.
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