Whale is the common name for a widely distributed and diverse group of fully
aquatic placental ... Whales have evolved from land-living mammals. ... "
whalefish" has a similar derivation, i...
Just like land mammals whales possess a number of characteristics that are ... on
land to inhibiting the ocean, which helps explain why whales are warm-blooded,
... When observing the differences in swimming styles between whales and fish ...
Whales are mammals. They are endothermic (warm-blooded), give birth to live
young and nurse them, breathe oxygen from air, and have hair. Details here.
What makes a whale, which at first sight resembles a fish, a mammal? Whales
give birth to live offspring (whereas fish hatch their young from eggs), and feed ...
Some mammals even live in the sea such as dolphins, seals and whales. ... Birds
are also warm-blooded, but animal groups such as fish, birds, reptiles and ...
Aug 14, 2008 ... Is a Blue whale a mammal or an animal and whats the next largest animal ... a
bunch of different groups, like mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish. .... just like
amphibian or reptile or mammal.. did i explain it good enough?
Whales are large aquatic mammals that breathe air through blowhole(s) into
lungs (unlike fish which breathe using gills). They live their entire lives in water.
A whale's tail has two lobes or flukes, made of dense collagenous material; the ...
why marine mammals have horizontal tail fins and fish have vertical tail fins?
An introduction to the form and function of mammals, just what are mammals and
... least at the beginning of their lives - baby whales and dolphins are born with a
... Reptiles and fish have many sets and can replace lost teeth with new ones all ...
Vertebrate Classifications mammals reptiles amphibians birds fish. Use the clues
to ... 14. whale ... 23. Is a dolphin a fish, amphibian, or a mammal? Explain.