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cool facts about mammals

cool facts about mammals

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    • 1. What mammals live in oz? By Ben and Jason
    • 2. marsupials
    • 3. marsupialsThe kangaroo is one of Australia’s mosticonic animals.Marsupials evolved in north America.Wallabies have long tails forbalance.
    • 4. marsupialsThe kangaroo is one of Australia’s mosticonic animals.Marsupials evolved in north America.Wallabies have long tails forbalance.
    • 5. marsupialsThe kangaroo is one of Australia’s mosticonic animals.Marsupials evolved in north America.Wallabies have long tails forbalance.
    • 6. nocturnal
    • 7. nocturnal This category is for mammals native to South Australia.Australian brush tailed possums arenocturnal and they make good pets.
    • 8. mammals
    • 9. mammals
    • 10. mammalsKoalas are only active for about four hours.Platypuses and echidnas are are monotremes,which are mammals that lay eggs.
    • 11. mammalsKoalas are only active for about four hours.Platypuses and echidnas are are monotremes,which are mammals that lay eggs. THE END

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