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heyheyhelpme

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Which of the following are characteristics common mammals?

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  1. heyheyhelpme
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    @nathan917

  2. heyheyhelpme
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    Hair Warm- blooded Produce milk all of the above < this one for sure

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    @nathan917

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    Can you just help me and forget about that thing?

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    all.

  6. heyheyhelpme
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    A difference between Marsupials and Placentals is?

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    So how many lesson did you have this year?.

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    idk can you answer my question my dad is mad because i'm not in bed

  9. nathan917
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    Marsupials Lay Eggs and Placentals have live birth.

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    But let me check that might not be right.

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    kk

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    Marsupials essentially give birth to fetus (hind legs not yet developed, for instance), which then migrate to the placental pouch, where they attach to a teat and where they complete their growth. Placentals mammals have an extra organ, the placenta, that provides an interface between the mother and child circulatory systems until birth.

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    Well Gn! Gl with your test. Tc i guess?

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    So..........................................?

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    writing question?

  16. heyheyhelpme
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    It not a test is't s quick check

  17. nathan917
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    k whats you options?

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    no MC what is the answer?

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    it will take for ever too type

  20. nathan917
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    marcs --->1. They are pouched mammals. plac --->1. They are placental mammals.

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    Marasupials: 1. They are pouched mammals. 2. Epipubic bones are present. Placentale: 2. Epipubic bones are absent.

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    1. They are placental mammals.*

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    what you said is not on the board

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    give me one answer that you think it is

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    marsupials complete development in a pouch and placentals complete development in a placenta. Is the answer i think. marsupials complete development within the body and placentals complete development in a placenta. marsupials complete development in a pouch and placentals complete development in a placenta. marsupials nourish their young with milk. are your options.

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    yes I say A

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    @nathan917 r u there? i say AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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    yes.

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    yay thank you

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    What did ya get?

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