Mammals

• (pl. ) of Mammal
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Mammals

[play] Mammals is a play by Amelia Bullmore. It was first staged at the Bush Theatre, Shepherd`s Bush, London, from 6 April to 7 May 2005. This production then toured the UK in Spring 2006. With a cast of six, including Niamh Cusack, Mark Bonnar and Nancy Carroll. The playwright was awarded the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize for the work. The ...
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Mammals

Animals belonging to the class of vertebrates that are warm-blooded, bear live young and nurse them with milk. Also associated with the possession of hair or fur for body covering.
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mammals

animals that are warm-blooded, have hair on their bodies, and produce milk for their young with special glands call mammary glands.
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mammals

Animals with hair or fur which care for their young
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Mammals

are characterised by a number of attributes including having mammary glands (boobs!), hairy bodies, external ears and are Endothermic. Humans are mammals, as are Elephants and Mice.
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mammals

warm
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mammals

Warm-blooded vertebrate animals belonging to the class mammalia, including all that possess hair and suckle their young. It includes three major groups: placentals and marsupials, which are vivparous, and monotremes, which are oviparous. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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