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Is a Platypus a monotryne or mammal


A platypus is both a monotreme and a mammal. All monotremes belong to the class Mammalia, but instead of giving birth to live young like most mammals, monotremes lay eggs. The platypus and echidna are the only known monotremes alive today.

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What are three characteristics of a mammal


This may not be the best place to ask your question. Try Wikipedia. Warm blooded, hair, mammaries.

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What is a hedge hog


1. Any of several small insectivorous mammals of the subfamily Erinaceinae, native to Eurasia and Africa and naturalized in New Zealand, having dense erectile spines covering the back and sides and characteristically rolling into a ball for protection. 2. Any of several spiny animals, such as the porcupine, that are similar to the hedgehog.

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What does mammal mean


From Wikipedia
mamĀ·mal nounnoun: mammal; plural noun: mammals
  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.

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Mammals is a


Mammals nurse their young with milk from mammary glands. That is the primary characteristic. So we are mammals.

They have hair (in some this is modified in appearance), and regulate their body heat (warm-blooded). Nearly all give birth to live young, but a few (the monotremes) lay eggs, eg the platypus.

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The difference of a platepus and a emu


Well,

Emu:
large flightless bird
has large talon or claw for kicking
soft long plumage
not venomous
lives in open scrubland
lay several eggs in a clutch, hard shell
with the kangaroo, one of two animals on the coat of arms of Australia
farmed captive in Australia
descended from giant flightless birds which became extinct with the arrival of man in Australia

Platypus:
a monotreme, an egg-laying mammal
male has venomous spurs on hind feet
duck billed
dense brown fur, waterproof
semi-aquatic, hunts in streams, rivers
burrows in riverbanks to make a den
lays 1-3 eggs, leathery shell
very ancient mammal, at least 100 000 yrs old relatively unchanged

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What do cheeatahs eat


The cheetah is a carnivore, eating mostly mammals under 40 kg (88 lb), including the Thomson's gazelle, the Grant's gazelle, the springbok and the impala. The young of larger mammals such as wildebeests and zebras are taken at times, and adults too, when cheetahs hunt in groups. Guineafowl and hares are also prey.

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