Mammalia


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Related to Mammalia: Carnivora, class Mammalia
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Only scant traces of mammals from the same period have been found on these continents, and the ones that have turned up do not appear to be related to modern mammalia.
Mammal: Any of various warm-blooded vertebrate animals of the class Mammalia, including humans.
The comparative anatomy of the tongues of the mammalia, XII.
Still, we are proud members of Class Mammalia, Order Carnivora, Family Felidae.
Mammalia (mam-ma-li-a): Mammals are warmblooded, like birds.
Mammal follows on from DK's Animal and Earth and has just about every conceivable fact you might wish to know about mammalia, everything that anyone with an interest in the subject, from zoologists to pupils to enthusiasts, would want, presented in easily digestible, simple-to-understand language.
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
switched to Mammalia because he was active in the contemporary movement
That's not to say that humans are closer kin of chickens - they're birds after all, while both mice and men fall squarely into the class known as mammalia.
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.
The Zoology of the Voyage of the Beagle (1839-1842) contains chapters on fossil mammalia, mammalia, birds, fish, reptiles, and maps of the voyage.