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Science mammels

Monotremes, Prenatal Lay Eggs with a Tuff Leathery Shell
Marsupial, Prenatal Young develop for a short time inside the mother
Placentals, prenatal Young develop for a longer time inside the mother uterus
Monotremes, Prenatal 2 Incubate eggs
Marsupial, Prenatal 2 Baby emerges "honey bee sized" and climbs into pouch
Placentals, Prenatal 2 Young are nourished by a placenta thru the Umbilical Cord
Monotremes after "Birth" Young nurished by Lack Nipples, Milk collectors so their young lick there fur on their Mothers Mammary Glands Where milk is "sweated" out
Marsupial after "Birth" Young nurished by Latches on to a nipple inside the pouch Yong also Develop In pouch
Placentals after "Birth" Young nurished by after birth young nurse on mother's nipples
Monotremes Example Duck billed platypus
Marsupial example Possum Kangaroo ect.
Placentals Potbellied pig, Whale, Unicorn, Human, Ect
Monotremes Other Facts Monotremes means one opening
Other facts placentals After birth the placenta exists the body Therefor placenta is also called the "after birth"
what do all mammals have? that their name comes from? All mammals have mammary glands which make milk This is how mammals get their name
What do all mammals have that is made for warmth All mammals have fur and or hair
What do almost all mammals have that is specialized to their diet almost all mammals have specialized teeth for their diet but having teeth does not make you a mammal
What do all mammals do that ensures that their young will live All mammals care for their young`
How many groups of mammals are there There are 3 groups of mammals Monotremes Marsupial And placentals
Created by: wadenola