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mammals which make up largest group
rodents
animals with backbones
vertebrates
animals whose bodies maintain a fairly constant body temperature, regardless of outside temperatures
warmblooded
special milk producing glands
mammary glands
plant eating mammals
herbivores
place in which an animal prefers to live
habitat
insect feeding mammals
insectivores
flesh eating mammals
carnivores
a wombat is an example of a
marsupial
a cougar is an example of a
feline
a dog is an example of a
canine
a chimpanzee is an example of a
primate
a squirrel is an example of a
rodent
What is the only marsupial in the United States?
opossum
Name a mammal which lays eggs.
echidna
What is the only mammal that can fly?
bat
What are antlers made of?
solid bone
What family groups do lions live in?
prides
What are animals called that eat other animals that have already died?
scavengers
What is the fastest land animal on earth?
cheetah
What do Giant Pandas mostly eat?
bamboo
What do we call animals that live together in groups of the same kind?
social animals
What do whales and dolphins have a layer of for warmth?
blubber
Name 3 kinds of deer.
moose, reindeer, elk, caribou, white-tailed deer
Name two kinds of apes.
gorilla, gibbon, champanzee, orangutan
Name four marsupials.
opossum, wombat, kangaroo, numbat, kiala, wallaby