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- Eozostrodon was one of the earliest mammal s.
- Eozostrodon was a quadruped with short legs, a long, pointed snout, five-toed feet with claws, and a long, hairy tail (it looked like a modern-day shrew).
- Eozostrodon was about 42 inches (107 cm) long.
- Eozostrodon was one of the earliest mammals.
- Eozostrodon was one of the first mammals, which lived during the Upper Triassic and the Lower Jurassic.
- Eozostrodon was one of the largest early mammals, measuring more than a meter long.
- Eozostrodon was one of the first true mammals; it lived during the late Triassic period and early Jurassic period, about 210 million years ago.
- The Kowari is a ground dwelling carnivorous marsupial, living either in its own dug burrow or in the hole of another mammal.
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- The Kowari is a fierce nocturnal predator of small animals, centipedes, millipedes, spiders and insects.
- The Kowari is a member of the family Dasyuridae, and is most closely related to the Mulgara.
- The Kowari is a small carnivorous marsupial native to the dry graslands and deserts of central Australia.
- The Kowari is the only member of its genus.
- The Amazonian Manatee is an endangered species.
- The Amazonian manatee is a most bizarre-looking aquatic mammal, and was first described as a curious combination of a hippopotamus and a seal (6).
- The Amazonian manatee is the smallest of the manatees.
- Anchitherium is a fossil animal with three hoofs, a presumed predecessor of the horse.
- Anchitherium is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- But as further discoveries threw new light upon its structure, it was recognised as a distinct genus, under the name of Anchitherium.
- Arsinoitherium is an extinct mammal genus of the superorder Paenungulata.
- Arsinoitherium was a hefty creature with thick, hairless skin resembling elephant hide.
- Arsinoitherium was an early, horned mammal that lived during the early Oligocene (about 38 to 23 million years ago).
- Arsinoitherium was an early, rhinoceros-like mammal that lived during the early Oligocene (about 38 to 23 million years ago).
- Arsinoitherium was very selective in the types of fruit and leaves it ate.
- Australian Snubfin Dolphin is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- The Australian snubfin dolphin is the first new dolphin species to be identified in 30 years.
- The Australian sea lion is a multipurpose mammal, from its excellent swimming abilities to its great adaptations.
- Australian sea lion are also threatened by oil tanker spills, these spills pollute the water that certain mammals inhabit.
- The Australian sea lion is a well known species that people need to take care of.
- The Australian sea lion is part of the food chain.
- The Australian sea lion is the most widely distributed and the least abundant pinniped in Australia.
- The babirusa is a good swim-mer and will often bravely launch itself into the sea to reach nearby islands.
- Babirusa are relatively large swine, reaching up to three and a half feet in length and weighing as much as 200 pounds.
- Babirusa are said to be sexually mature at 5-10 months, but this depends on nutrition.
- The Babirusa is a shy animal living in Indonesia.
- The babirusa is a bizarre -looking pig from Indonesia.
- Bison are 5 to 6- feet long and weigh 900 to 2,200 pounds.
- Bison are able to distinguish large objects from a distance of 1 km and moving objects 2 km away.
- Bison are adaptable, hardy, disease-resistant and majestic.
- Bison are among the most dangerous animals encountered by visitors to the various National Parks, especially Yellowstone National Park.
- Bison are among the most dangerous animals encountered by visitors to the various U.S. National Parks, especially Yellowstone National Park.
- Brindle - One of the rarest colors of horse.
- Brindle is a coat coloring in animals, particularly dogs, cats, and horses.
- Brindle is a coat coloring in animals, particularly dogs, cats, cattle, donkeys and horses.
- Brindle: A mixture of black with brown, tan, or gold; usually in a "tiger stripe" pattern.
- Maybe in the future we will see true tiger striping on a Crested Gecko, but for now, the term "brindle" seems the most descriptive and accurate.
- A calf is a baby cow.
- A calf is a child of a cow and a bull.
- A calf is a young cow.
- Calf is used for other babies too like elephants.
- Meanings of the word "calf" and its relationships to other words calf An uncommon noun which may mean: calf (young of domestic cattle).
- A dewclaw is a claw that doesn't hit the ground with the rest of the claws when an animal walks.
- A dewclaw is a functionless claw that doesn't hit the ground.
- A dewclaw is a vestigial digit of the paw of many mammals, birds, and reptiles (including some extinct orders, like certain theropods).
- A dewclaw is a vestigial digit of the paw of many mammals.
- A dewclaw is a vestigial digit on some mammals ' legs.
- Dexter Cattle are also prominent in Canada and Australia.
- Dexter Cattle are generally black, though there are also red and dun versions available.
- Dexter Cattle are renowned for their fertility and calving ease.
- Dexter cattle are a minority breed of cattle and until fairly recently, were in fact considered as a rare breed.
- Dexter cattle are a minority breed of cattle.
- The Eastern Cottontail is a common mammal that can be seen year-round.
- The Eastern Cottontail is a prolific breeder that may produce as many as 6 - 7 litters per year when food is plentiful.
- The Eastern Cottontail is a prolific breeder that may produce as many as 6 - 7 litters per year.
- The Eastern Cottontail is a prolific breeder.
- The Eastern Cottontail is a very territorial animal.
- Gaur are also found in large numbers.
- Gaur are said to look like the front of a water buffalo The Water Buffalo is a very large ungulate.
- Gaur are said to look like the front of a water buffalo with the back of a domestic cow.
- Gaur is a wild relative of our domestic cows and not buffaloes.
- Gaur is also known as Indian Bison.
- Hadrocodium is a distant and extinct relative of living mammals such as the platypus, kangaroos and primates.
- Hadrocodium is a mammal species which lived during the Lower Jurassic in present-day China.
- Hadrocodium was an insectivore (insect-eater) that may have been nocturnal (most active at night).
- Hadrocodium was an insectivore, eating worms and small insects.
- Hadrocodium was discovered in the famous Lufeng Basin in Y unnan Province, southwestern China.
- Hyaenodon was a long lived and wide spread group.
- A hyaenodon is a Large creature instead of a Medium.
- Hyaenodon was a very successful and diverse genus, but eventually the modern carnivorous mammals of the order Carnivora were able to overcome them.
- Hyaenodon were very successful predators from a group known as Creodonts.
- Hyracotherium is the genus of the earliest-known horse.
- Hyracotherium was a small creature, some 0.5 meters high, with an arched back, four hoofed toes and could probably trot and canter.
- Hyracotherium was a small mammal with four toes on the front feet and three on the rear.
- The Hyracotherium was an extremely adaptable species, and as the terrain changed, it adapted to fit its needs.
- A lamb is a baby sheep.
- A lamb is a mammal.
- A lamb is a young sheep .
- A lamb is a young sheep less than a year old.
- Lamb is also a good source of phosphorus and zinc.
- The Marsupial Lion is the largest meat-eating mammal to have lived in Australia, and one of the largest marsupial carnivores the world has ever seen.
- The Marsupial lion was the largest meat-eating mammal to have lived in Australia, and one of the largest marsupial carnivores the world has ever seen.
- The marsupial lion is an extinct large carnivorous marsupial from Australia that is compared to the saber-toothed cats of the Americas.
- The marsupial lion is one of those 3.
- The marsupial lion was Australia's largest carnivorous mammal.
- Megazostrodon is a good example of these early mammals.
- Megazostrodon is a good example.
- Megazostrodon is one of the first mammals.
- Megazostrodon is the only well known genus of the family Megazostrodontidae.
- Megazostrodon was a small, furry, shrew -like animal between 10 and 12 cm long which probably ate insects and small lizards.
- Moeritherium is an extinct mammal and may be the ancestor of all elephants.
- Moeritherium is a herbivore found in the Eocene and Obqocene beds of Egypt, not larger than a tapin, and the earliest member of the proboscid.
- Moeritherium was a pig-like animal, about 70 cm high, and resembling the tapirs.
- Moeritherium was about 3 ft (1 m) long and weighed about 450 pounds (200 kg), the size of pig.
- Moeritherium was about 3ft (1m) long and weighed 450 pounds (200kg),the size of a pig.
- Morganucodon is a genus which lived during the Upper Triassic in Wales(England) and east Asia, maybe even South Africa.
- Morganucodon is a good candidate for first mammal, after which small monotremes appeared.
- Morganucodon is a mammal-like genus which lived during the Upper Triassic in (at least) Wales, England, east Asia, and perhaps South Africa.
- Morganucodon is an early mammalian genus which lived during the Upper Triassic.
- Morganucodon was probably warm-blooded, but may have laid eggs, like other primitive mammals.
- Mule Deer are excellent swimmers but hardly ever use this means of escape.
- Mule deer are also very vocal if they want to send an alarm signal to other deer.
- Mule deer are by far the most numerous of the two species.
- Mule deer are easily identified by their large ears.
- Mule deer are fond of wheat , clover and sunflower patches, and small grain and alfalfa crops within their range.
- A Pinniped is a seal or sea lion and there are 80,000 of them.
- A Pinniped is a seal or sea lion.
- A pinniped are consummate divers and there are also three different kinds of pinnipeds.
- A pinniped are seals and sea lions.
- A pinniped is a bird or a seal or a sea lion.
- Platybelodon is a species of large, herbivorous mammal related to the elephant (order Proboscidea).
- A Platybelodon is a large, extinct herbivorous mammal related to the elephant (order Proboscidea).
- Platybelodon is a species In biology, a species is a kind of organism.
- Platybelodon was 20 ft (6 m) long, 9 ft (2.8 m) tall at the shoulder and weighed about 4.5 tons (4 tonnes).
- Platybelodon was an early mammal.
- Plesiadapis is one of the oldest known primate -like mammal species which existed about 60 mya in Asia, Africa and South America.
- Plesiadapis is one of the oldest known primates who lived 60 mya during the paleocene on europe and north america, it looked like the moderm squirrel .
- Plesiadapis was a mammal that lived from the late Paleocene and the early Eocene (roughly 65 million years ago).
- Plesiadapis was named by Gervais in 1877.
- The Pygmy Shrew is a fascinating creature--one of, if not the, smallest mammal in the world.
- The Pygmy Shrew is a fascinating creature--one smallest mammal in the world.
- The Pygmy Shrew is a northern species found through much of Canada.
- The Pygmy shrew is the smallest of all mammals, weighing only .07 to .13 of an ounce (2.2 - 3.8 grams), or the equivalent of about a dime.
- The pygmy shrew is the smallest mammal and the only shrew found in Ireland.
- The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from Tasmania and mainland Australia.
- The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from the island of Tasmania and mainland Australia.
- The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from the islands of Tasmania and Australia.
- The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from the islands of Tasmania and mainland Australia.
- The Quoll is a cat-sized marsupial from Tasmania; it once lived in South Australia, but is now extinct there.
- The ringtail is a small fox like animal about two and one half feet long and is a shy, nocturmal creature.
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- The Ringtail is a nocturnal predator which hunts with its mate for insects, birds and rodents in habitat like cactus plains, rocky cliffs and chaparral.
- The name "ringtail" comes from the seven or eight black rings on the animal’s tail.
- The ringtail is a small fox-like animal about two and one-half feet long and is a shy, nocturnal creature.
- Roe deer are one of only two species that can be considered indigenous to the British Isles, the other being the Red deer.
- Roe deer are spreading through many parts of Wales.
- Roe deer are widespread throughout Scotland and much of England and in many areas they are abundant.
- The Roe Deer is a relatively small deer, with a body length of 95-135 cm, a shoulder height of 65-75 cm, and a weight of 15-30 kg.
- The roe deer is a small, agile deer.
- The African Buffalo is a quite shy ungulate and has an excellent sense of smell.
- The African buffalo is a large cow-like herbivore.
- The American shrew mole is the smallest North American mole.
- The most common American water shrew, or marsh shrew (Neosorex palustris), is rarely seen, owing to its nocturnal habits.
- The American Water Shrew is another northern species that reaches part of its southern limit in the Mixedwood Plains Ecozone.
- American Water Shrew WordNet Home Library Reference WordNet Note: click on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words.
- The American pika is a flower-gathering herbivore.
- The Amur Hedgehog is a hedgehog similar to Western European Hedgehog in outlook and lifestyle, although it is more lightly coloured.
- Ancylopoda, is a group of mammals in the Perissodactyla that show long, curved and cleft claws.
- Extinct ungulate groups include Ancylopoda and Condylarths.
- Antilopinae are herbivorous, but a few will take a small amount of meat if it is available.
- Antilopinae are hunted for their meat, skin, and sport.
- Antilopinae are long-legged, slender, and graceful animals with fawn-colored to reddish brown upper parts and pale undersides.
- Antilopinae is a subfamily of Bovidae .
- Aonyx cinereus #4 ( file info) --- Watch in browser Video of the Aonyx cinereus at Disney's Animal Kingdom.
- However the current IUCN name is Aonyx cinereus, while "Mammal Species of the World" lists it as cinerea.
- The Oriental Small-clawed Otter, Aonyx cinerea also known as Asian Small-clawed Otter is the smallest otter in the world.
- Hard to see are the Fosa and aquatic Tenrec.
- The mammal highlight however was an Aquatic Tenrec (Limnogale) that scurried across the road one night.
- Limnogale mergulus Major, 1896 -- valid -- aquatic tenrec.
- The Archonta are a group of mammals considered a superorder in some classifications.
- Sorex arcticus - Arctic shrew 1391 Young adult, prior to winter molt, NE Montana, 2000.
- In the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, arctic shrew populations are the densest in spruce and tamarack swamps, as well as near lakes and streams.
- Argali are both very rare and poorly studied and may be subject to disease as well as hunting pressure.
- Argali is a Mongolian name for this sheep.
- The argali is a wild sheep found in Siberia .
- Atlantogenata is a mammal clade containing the cohorts or super-orders Xenarthra, Afrotheria and Meridiungulata.
- The average Banded Hare-wallaby weighs 1.7kg, with females weighing more than males.
- The Banded Hare-wallaby reachs maturity at one year of age, breeding usually starts in the second year.
- The Banded Hare-wallaby is nocturnal and tends to live in groups at nesting sites; this species is quite social.
- The banded mongoose is a gregarious species, living in packs of between five and sixty individuals.
- The banded mongoose is a stocky animal, with distinctive black bands on the back and flanks.
* Bare-Bellied Hedgehog
* Barren Ground Shrew
* Bearded Seal
* Bengal Fox
* Bisonalveus Browni
* Black-Backed Jackal
* Black-Tailed Deer
* Black Shrew
* Brown Swiss
* Brush-Tailed Phascogale
* Cape Fox
* Cape Fur Seal
* Carpolestes Simpsoni
* Cetacean Bycatch
* Charolais Cattle
* Collared Pika
* Common Langur
* Common Palm Civet
* Common Pipistrelle
* Common Ringtail Possum
* Common Shrew
* Common Vampire Bat
* Cotswold Sheep
* Cottontail Rabbit
* Crab-Eating Raccoon
* Daurian Hedgehog
* Deer Farm
* Desert Red Bat
* Desert Shrew
* Down Hair
* Dwarf Elephant
* Eastern Barred Bandicoot
* Eastern Mole
* Eastern Spotted Skunk
* Elephas Recki
* Etruscan Pygmy Shrew
* Eurasian Pygmy Shrew
* Flehmen Response
* Galapagos Fur Seal
* Ghost Bat
* Greater Horseshoe Bat
* Guadalupe Fur Seal
* Guard Hair
* Hairy-Tailed Mole
* Head Direction Cells
* Hog Badger
* Hog Deer
* Indian Long-Eared Hedgehog
* Indonesian Mountain Weasel
* Jersey Wooly
* Juan Fernandez Fur Seal
* Kit Fox
* Lesser Bilby
* Lesser White-Toothed Shrew
* Little Red Kaluta
* Long-Eared Hedgehog
* Long-Tailed Shrew
* Mariana Fruit Bat
* Marine Mammal
* Marsh Shrew
* Masked Shrew
* Mediterranean Monk Seal
* Military Dolphin
* Milking Shorthorn
* Mink Oil
* Mountain Coati
* Mountain Gazelle
* Mountain Goat
* Murray Grey
* Musky Rat-Kangaroo
* Natural Bobtail
* New Zealand Fur Seal
* Northern Short-Tailed Shrew
* Oriental Small-Clawed Otter
* Pack Animal
* Pale-Throated Three-Toed Sloth
* Pot-Bellied Pig
* Prairie Shrew
* Prehistoric Mammal
* Pygmy Goat
* Pyrenean Desman
* Red-Necked Pademelon
* Red Bat
* Red Poll
* Royal Antelope
* Russian Desman
* Sambar Deer
* Savanna Elephant
* Sea Mink
* Sitka Deer
* Smoky Shrew
* South American Sea Lion
* Spotted Deer
* Sumatran Rhinoceros
* Tibetan Antelope
* Vagrant Shrew
* West African Manatee
* Whale Oil
* Wild Goat
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