Mammals in the USA

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Mammals in the USA

Mammals in the U.S.A.

The brown bear is an omnivore, eating plants and animals.

Did you know that when a mongoose and a king cobra get in a fight the mongoose usually wins?

FACT: Mammals are divided into 21 groups.

The cubs look like tiny adults when born, but are helpless and stay with their mother for at least two years.

A platypus is a mammal and it lays eggs.

All mammals have hair/fur.

FACT: The largest mammal is the blue whale.

Even though dolpins live in the ocean still means they are mammals.

http://animals.about.com/od/mammals/a/tenfactsmammals.htm http://www.factmonster.com/dk/science/encyclopedia/mammals.html

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The smallest mammal is the bumble bee bat.

A few mammals lay eggs, and some mammals carry their young in pouches.

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