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Monotremes are mammals that lay eggs (Prototheria) instead of giving birth to live young like marsupials (Metatheria) and placental mammals (Eutheria).
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Introduces the egg-laying mammals.
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Monotremes: At top, a mother platypus cares for her immature young. ... The single feature of monotremes that, perhaps more than any other, causes them ...
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Information for students K-6 about mammals, marsupials and monotremes ... Mammals, Marsupials and Monotremes. Mammals are animals that have warm blood. ...
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monotreme ( ) n. A member of the Monotremata, an order of primitive egg-laying mammals restricted to Australia and New Guinea and consisting of only
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Monotremata Family: Echidnas Family: Duck-Billed Platypus (Monotremes) Class: Mammalia Order: Monotremata Number of genera, species 3 genera; 3
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Monotremes are egg-laying mammals of the order Monotremata, the only order in ... Like other mammals, monotremes are warm-blooded, with a high metabolic rate ...
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Learn about mammal body basics. ... Monotremes ... Monotremes are sufficiently different in their morphology and evolution for ...
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Information about Monotremes in the free online English dictionary and ... Monotremes are the most primitive type of living mammal. ...
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Although monotremes possess the distinguishing mammalian features of hair and ... and reptiles, monotremes have a single ... Adult monotremes are toothless. ...
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Monotremes don't give birth to live young like normal animals, but lay eggs. ... Monotremes are the only mammals known that lay eggs. ...
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We know know that monotremes are egg-laying mammals with many secrets we have ... Currently three living species of monotremes are recognised. ...
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... that break the rules: genetics of marsupials and monotremes. ... Evolution of the monotremes - the sequences of the protamine p1 genes of platypus and echidna. ...
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Monotremes are found only in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea. Monotremes are a derivative of an ancient mammal stock but there is no direct ...
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Monotremes. ... There are three species of monotremes, the duck-billed platypus (Ornithorhynchus) ... Today, monotremes live only in Australia and New Guinea. ...
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