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/ˈmaməl/,
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mammals, plural;
  1. A warm-blooded vertebrate animal of a class that is distinguished by the possession of hair or fur, the secretion of milk by females for the nourishment of the young, and (typically) the birth of live young


  1. any warm-blooded vertebrate having the skin more or less covered with hair; young are born alive except for the small subclass of monotremes and nourished with milk
  2. Mammals (formally Mammalia) are a class of vertebrate, air-breathing animals whose females are characterized by the possession of mammary glands while both males and females are characterized by hair and/or fur, three middle ear bones used in hearing, and a neocortex region in the brain. ...
  3. Mammal were an Australian band that formed in March 2006. Mammal rose up the ranks of the Australian music scene very quickly Mp3.com 2007.Their first self titled EP was recorded soon after the band came together. ...
  4. Mammal is the self-titled debut Extended play (EP), by Australian hard rock band, Mammal from 2006. Note: [on-line] version established at in 2007 and was expanded from the 2002 edition The band sold the EP independently at their live shows and on their website until early 2007 when they signed ...
  5. (Mammals (play)) Mammals is a play by Amelia Bullmore. It was first staged at the Bush Theatre, Shepherd's Bush, London, from 6 April to 7 May 2005. This production then toured the UK in Spring 2006. With a cast of six, including Niamh Cusack, Mark Bonnar and Nancy Carroll.
  6. (The Mammals) The Mammals are a contemporary folk rock band based in the Hudson Valley, area of New York, in the United States.
  7. An animal of the class Mammalia, characterized by being warm-blooded, having hair and feeding milk to its young; A vertebrate with three bones in the inner ear and one in the jaw
  8. (mammals) animals belonging to the class of vertebrates that are warm-blooded, bear live young and nurse them with milk. Also associated with the possession of hair or fur for body covering.
  9. (Mammals) A group of animals that give live birth and nurse their young.  Technically, the adaptation that scientifically defines mammals is the use of three bones to form the inner ear.  These bones came from the jaw in more primitive animals. ...
  10. (Mammals) Class of back-boned animals. They give birth to living young which are nursed on the mother's breast, the mammary glands.
  11. (Mammals) Raccoons, bats, opossums, rabbits, feral cats and dogs, mice, rats, squirrels.
  12. (Mammals) are characterised by a number of attributes including having mammary glands (boobs!), hairy bodies, external ears and are Endothermic. Humans are mammals, as are Elephants and Mice.
  13. (Mammals) fur, warm-blooded, mothers provide milk for offspring
  14. (Mammals) that use marshes include common mammals of other habitats and mammals that specialize in non-forested wetlands. ...
  15. (mammals) Animals with hair or fur which care for their young
  16. Fossil mammals belong to the group of Vertebrates. Land animals from mouse to elephant are part of this group, but also sea mammals like whales. The oldest mammals are known from the Triassic period. ...
  17. Any of a class of higher vertebrates whose bodies are covered with hair, who give birth to live young, nourish their young with milk from mammary glands, regulate their body temperature internally, have four types of well-developed teeth and typically have four well-developed legs with toes that ...
  18. Warm-blooded, usually hairy animals from the Chordate Phylum. This class of animals breathes air, gives live birth, and feeds milk to their young. Human beings are members of the Mammal Class, as well as dogs, cats, deer, mice, squirrels, raccoons, bats, opossums, and others.
  19. a member of a group of animals that have backbones and hair, breathe oxygen, and care for their young; females of this group produce milk to feed their young
  20. A warm-bloodedAn animal whose body temperature stays fairly constant, no matter what the temperature of the air around it. animalAny living thing that is not a plant. Most animals can move about freely. All use plants or other animals as food. All have sensory organs. ...
  21. An animal the embyros of which develop in a uterus and the young of which begin to suckle at birth (technically, a member of the class Mammalia).
  22. Mammals are the collection of vertebrate animals. Female mammals are capable of nursing their young with milk. Source: National Park Service
  23. Four-legged vertebrate of the class Mammalia, characterized by females that produce milk with which to feed their young.
  24. animal giving birth to live young and nurturing them on milk
  25. any organism that has fur and nurses young from mammary glands