mammals

By:mohammed

What makes them mammals

are warm-blooded; most are born alive; the young are fed milk produced by the mother's mammary glands; and they have a more complex brain than other animals. With milk produced by the mother in special organs called mam- mary glands.

And my three animals were

1: spidermonkeys

2:tigers

3: Dolphins

Spidermonkeys

The spider monkeys belong to the class of New World Monkeys,They can be used for various types of lab experimentation too and often are. This is because they are closely related to humans,They may weigh up to 20 pounds,and These Monkeys live in groups of approximately 35 members

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tigers

The tiger is the largest cat species, most recognisable for their pattern of dark vertical stripes on reddish-orange fur with a lighter underside. They can reach the length of 3.3 meters or 11 feet and can get as heavy as 306 kilograms or 670 pounds, while also gifted with enough bounding energy to catch their prey. You can easily recognize the tiger through the dark stripes that are stamped on its orange red fur; the combination creates a sharp contrast but the overall effect still allows the tiger to lurk in silence. Though attractive, the tiger can be dangerous to its prey, with its significantly large teeth and long canines, which can reach 74.5 millimeters or 2.93 inches at their crown height.
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dolphins

Dolphins are a widely distributed and diverse group of fully aquatic marine mammals. They are an informal grouping within the order cetacea, excluding whales and porpoises.

Dolphins are highly intelligent marine mammals and are part of the family of toothed whales that includes orcas and pilot whales. They are found worldwide, mostly in shallow seas of the continental shelves, and are carnivores, mostly eating fish and squid. Dolphin coloration varies, but they are generally gray in color with darker backs than the rest of their bodies.

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