What is the life cycle of a mammal?

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Mammals have a very similar life cycle to humans. They have three stages: birth, young and adult. The birth stage is when the mammal is just born, and they are completely dependent on their mother. The young stage of the mammal life cycle is when the mammal still needs their mother for certain things, but can handle most of their day to day activities on their own. The adult stage of the mammal life cycle is the longest of all of the cycles.
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The Life Cycle of Mammals
Mammals life cycles can vary, especially in some varieties of mammals that may not be so obvious, such as dolphins and platypuses. The life cycle, while seemingly simple, can be fairly complicated and cause for many questions. There are some... More »
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