Rabbit: I like to graze Sperm Whale: I’m the Hedgehog: I like to
on forbs and grass, but largest toothed animal forage in hedges for
I’m physically incapable in the world, and I will bugs. As I do this I like
of vomiting. In live to be 80 years old to grunt.
addition, I only sweat one day.
through my feet.
• As a class, mammals can be • Subclasses-
found anywhere with varied
conditions due to being • Eutheria (placental
• (specific habitats ->) rainforests, deserts, savannas,
• Metatheria (marsupials):
• Prototheria: freshwater ponds
• Hair/Fur: insulation
• Warm-Blooded (endothermic): body
• Lower jaw is connected to the skull
• Red blood cells lack nuclei
is an exception
to most of the
• Female mammary glands that produce milk for
• Chain of bones that submits sound waves across
the middle ear
• Abdominal cavity
• Only has left aortic arch
• Of the same species
• Works Cited
• quot;Classification of Mammals.quot; ENCHANTED LEARNING HOME PAGE. 19 Apr. 2009
<http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/mammals/classification/index.shtml>. It gave me a list
of the different subclasses and orders under the class of mammals.
• quot;Hedgehog, Hedgehog Profile, Facts, Information, Photos, Pictures, Sounds, Habitats, Reports, News -
National Geographic.quot; Animals - Facts, Information, Photos, Pictures, Sounds, Habitats, Reports, News -
National Geographic. 19 Apr. 2009
<http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/hedgehog.html>. It gave me some general
information about hedehogs, and a few unique facts about them.
• quot;Mammal -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia.quot; Encyclopedia - Britannica Online Encyclopedia. 19 Apr.
2009 <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/360838/mammal>. It provided information on the
various structures of mammals (hair, mammary gland...).
• quot;The Organization of Living Things: Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species - Kangaroos
Play Cellos, Orangutans Fiddle, Gorillas Sing.quot; Tigerhomes.org Live Animal Webcams, White Tiger
Cams, Lemur and Lion Webcams. 19 Apr. 2009
<http://www.tigerhomes.org/animal/curriculums/lemurs-4.cfm>. The site gave me the organizational
details of taxonomy, and how the levels are related (class is a subsect of phylum).