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There are many different animals that qualify as mammals.
Some live in the sea, some live in trees, and some live in penthouse apartments with a view of the city’s horizon. Here is a quick rundown of the key features shared by most mammals.
Mammals give birth to live babies, not eggs. If it lays an egg, it is probably not a mammal, unless it is a duck-billy platypus, which is another article. Almost every other type of animal, even insects, and fish, lays eggs to make new babies. Apart from some types of snakes and some unusual amphibians and birds, it is a feature that is typical of the mammalian family.
Mammals feed their young.
A mammal nourishes its young with milk produced in its body. When you contrast this with other types of animals, you will see that it is a striking difference. For example, birds should forage for food and reproduce it in the chick’s mouth. Even mammals, which live in water, like whales and dolphins, feed the young from their mammary glands.
Mammals have hair. They originally started hair growing as an insulation method. Mammals have to regulate their body temperature so that they are not too cold or too hot. Some mammals, such as monkeys, are still truly hairy. Other mammals have significantly less hair. And still other mammals insist on shaving their hair, or using desillatory cream.
Mammals are warm-blooded.
Unlike a cold-blooded animal, a mammal must keep its body temperature constant to maintain life. Most mammals live in climates that are very stable, and they can handle.
Mammals breathe. Mammals use their lungs in fresh air. This is in contrast to some animals, for example fish, which breathe in water. Just because an animal has lungs and breathing air does not make it a mammal. Many reptiles and amphibians also have this feature. Mammals living in water need to be resurrected periodically to allow oxygen to regenerate.
So there you go, if an animal meets all these criteria,
you are probably dealing with a mammal. A list of the most common mammals will include bats, mice, cows, monkeys, rhinoceros, elephants, sheep, cats, dogs, rabbits, whales, dolphins, giraffes, lions and bears. If you have considered this list and taken a look at yourself, you have no doubt that you meet all these standards. Congratulations, you are a mammal! Of course there are strange animals that do not have one or more of these characteristics, but are still considered mammals.