class Mammalia


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The great diversity of animals currently found in the infraclass Placentalia (formerly Eutheria), in the class Mammalia [7], first started to develop approximately 53 million years ago during the Eocene epoch.
Still, we are proud members of Class Mammalia, Order Carnivora, Family Felidae.
TOUMAI MODERN MODERN MODERN HUMAN CHIMPANZEE GORILLA KINGDOM ANIMALIA ANIMALIA ANIMALIA ANIMALIA PHYLUM CHORDATA CHORDATA CHORDATA CHORDATA CLASS MAMMALIA MAMMALIA MAMMALIA MAMMALIA ORDER PRIMATES PRIMATES PRIMATES PRIMATES FAMILY HOMINIDAE HOMINIDAE PONGIDAE PONGIDAE GENUS SAHELANTHROPUS HOMO PAN GORILLA SPECIES TCHADENSIS SAPIENS TROGLODYTES GORILLA
The taxa considered are the class Mammalia and the orders Chiroptera, Rodentia and Carnivora.
Although these insurgents did not dispute that the botanists packing the room were mammals, the speakers rejected the hierarchical notion that they were lecturing to representatives of the class Mammalia in the phylum Chordata.
Additionally, because our objectives are to evaluate a pattern that characterizes the entire class Mammalia, we have not segregated taxa according to secondary features such as trophic category, mode of locomotion, degree of sociality, etc.
Class Mammalia Linnaeus, 1758 Order Carnivora Bowdich, 1821 Family Felidae Gray, 1821 Subfamily Pantherinae Pockock, 1917 Genus Panthera Oken, 1816 Panthera leo atrox Leidy, 1853
Still, the Class Mammalia is a realistic division and it is worthy of attention, in and of itself.