Is a Shark a Mammal?

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A mammal is a warm blooded animal with the ability to feed its offspring with its milk. A mammal also has a backbone and is a vertebrate. While a shark has a backbone, it is a part of the cartilage fish class and is not a mammal.
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Fish.
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It is not a mammal because it does not have any hair, nor does it have a vertebrate
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A shark is not a mammal because it doesn't have mammary glands. That's where the name mammal comes from. Anything that feeds its young milk is a mammal, and anything that doesn't,
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Sharks are carnivorous fishes with heterocercal caudal fins and tough skin. They are Chondrichthyes, a type of fish, not mammals.
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Sharks are fish.
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