Mammals of the Tundra?

Answer A tundra is a type of biome or ecosystem located in high-altitude mountains around the world (alpine tundra) or in the area encircling the North Pole (arctic tundra). The word "tundra" originates f... Read More »

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Are earthworms mammals?

Earthworms, which are cold-blooded invertebrates, are not mammals, which are warm-blooded and possess internal skeletons. Members of the class Mammalia include humans, felines, canines and bears. M... Read More »

Are grasshoppers mammals?

Grasshoppers are not mammals. They belong to the class of creatures called insecta. Mammals belong to the class designation mammalia. Unlike grasshoppers and other insects, mammals can feed milk to... Read More »

How do reptiles and mammals differ?

Reptiles and mammals are both considered to be animals. They are vertebrate animals (animals with a backbone), which consist of four leg-like appendages. Although sharing a common ancestor called t... Read More »

Why are giant pandas mammals?

In order to explain why giant pandas are mammals, the characteristics that are necessary to classify an animal as a mammal must be examined. While it is true that most mammals are warm-blooded and ... Read More »