What is the oldest known living mammal?


The oldest living mammal known was a bow head whale that was killed in a hunt. The whale was estimated to be 211 years old at the time of its death. Bow head whales are believed to be the mammals with the longest life span.
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Bowhead whales are the oldest living mammals today. A 211 year old
No one knows. The group that includes all placental mammals and all non-placental mammals that are more similar to placental mammals than to marsupials and monotremes is called Eutheria
"What are some mammals that live in the ocean?" Here is a list of some mammals that live in the ocean: whale beluga whale sperm whale humpback whale grey whale blue whale
Porpoises Manatees Dolphins Some whales Sea Otters Seals Walruses
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Class Mammalia
Although mammals share several features in common, Mammalia contains a vast diversity of forms. The smallest mammals are found among the shrews and bats, and can weigh as little as 3 grams. More >>
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