science chapter 7

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  1. whats a mamalia
  2. when the skeleton is on the inside also called internal skeleton
  3. what is it called when the animals body drops close to freezing many of internal skeleton shut down  the animal does not require food and you cant wake them up?
  4. what is used to feed the young milk sack in a female specially designed to provide milk for young mammals
    mammary glands
  5. what is it called when animals eat primarily meat
  6. what is it called when an animal that eats primarily plants
  7. what is it called when animals eat both plants and meat
  8. what are the scientist called who study animals
  9. what contains amiotic fluid surrounds the veloping young and helps protect them by absorbing shock as the mother moves around
    amniotic sac
  10. what are the tails called that are capable of grabing
  11. what is it called when both eyes can focus on one object
    binocular vision
  12. what animal are primates with tails
  13. what animals are primales without tails have wider range of motion and there's two different categories of them
  14. what morine animal has comb like plates known as baleen or whale bones crossing their mouth, which filters food from water
    baleen whale
  15. what morine mammals have sharp teeth known for its extremely large head
    toothed whale
  16. what are three types of insectivores
    shrew, hedge hogs, and moles
  17. two terms for a group of primates
    troop and band
  18. three major group of monkeys
    old world monkey, new world monkey, and posimians
  19. the smartest primates
  20. the group of mammals in order carnivora best described as omnivores
  21. the order of even toed ungulates
  22. the tallest living animal
  23. the largest hopping mammal
  24. the order of oviparous mammals
  25. what five characteristics of mammals distinguish them from other animals
    they are warm blooded, have a four chambered heart, hair of fur, internal skeleton, and mamary glands
  26. what physical characteristics distinguish new world monkeys from old world monkeys
    • the new world monkeys have long tails to help climb trees
    • the old world monkeys have long prehensile tails 
    • the new world monkeys have closely spaced nostrils 
    • the old world monkeys have wide round nostrils
  27. which apes are considered great apes
    orangutans, chimpanzee, and gorilla
  28. how do rodents and lagomorphs differ
    lagamorphs have four upper incisor teeth, rodents have two upper and lower insisors that keep growing
  29. what characteristic do all members of order perissodactyla share
    they're all odd toed, and nember hoofed ungulets
  30. which group of artiodactyls is probably the most useful
  31. what are the only marsupials found outside australia and its surrounding islands
  32. explain the three broad categories of mammals based on how their developing young are nourished
    • the placentals give birth to live 
    • the marsupials give birth to an undeveloped baby, then the baby crawls into the pouch and devlopes there
    • the monotremata lay eggs
  33. how does the echolocation hep bats find their pray
    its high pitch sound that bounces back when theres a pray
  34. compare and contrast the characteristics of dolphins and porpoises
    • the dolphins are 8-12 feet long 
    • the porpoise are 6 feet long 
    • the dolphins are long and sleek 
    • the porpoise are short and compact 
    • the dolphins have pointed noses 
    • the porpoise have short and blunt noses 
    • the dolphins have pointed cone shaped teeth 
    • the porpoise has flat and spade shaped teeth 
    • the dolphin has leading edge curved fins
    • the porpoises have triangular fins
  35. what are the similarities of the dolphins and porpoises
    their similarities are their both mammals, their both toothed whales, and their both morine mammals
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