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    A mammal (from Latin mamma 'breast') is a vertebrate animal of the class Mammalia (/ m ə ˈ m eɪ l i. ə /). Mammals are characterized by the presence of milk-producing mammary glands for feeding their young, a neocortex region of the brain, fur or hair , and three middle ear bones .

  2. Placentalia. (famílias e gêneros dos mamíferos) Os mamíferos(do latim: Mammalia) constituem uma Subclassede animaisvertebradosdo domínio Eukaryota, do reino Animaliae filo Chordata, subdivididos em dois grupos: aquáticos (cetáceos, sirênios e pinípedes) e terrestres (quadrúpedes e bípedes), que se caracterizam pela presença de ...

  3. Over 3 ⁄ 4 of mammal species are in the orders Rodentia (blue), Chiroptera (red), Soricomorpha (yellow) and Primates (green). Mammals can be divided in a number of orders: Monotremes (monotremata)

  4. Mammal classification. Over 70% of mammal species are in the orders Rodentia (blue), Chiroptera (red) and Soricomorpha (yellow). Mammalia is a class of animal within the phylum Chordata. Mammal classification has been through several iterations since Carl Linnaeus initially defined the class.

  5. The following is a list of largest mammals by family. Tenrecs and allies (Afrosoricida) [ edit] The largest of these insectivorous mammals is the giant otter shrew ( Potamogale velox ), native to Central Africa. This species can weigh up to 1 kilogram (2.2 lb) and measure 0.64 metres (2.1 ft) in total length. [1] [2]

  6. There are currently 1,258 genera, 156 families, 27 orders, and around 5,937 recognized living species of mammal. [1] Mammalian taxonomy is in constant flux as many new species are described and recategorized within their respective genera and families. The taxonomy represented here is a compilation of the most logical and up-to-date ...

  7. Mastozoologia. Mamalogia, ou Mastozoologia, é o ramo da zoologia que se ocupa do estudo dos mamíferos. Um de seus ramos é a primatologia, que estuda os primatas. Os mamíferos são caracterizados principalmente pela presença de glândulas mamárias e pelo corpo revestido de pêlos.