Australia Zoo's Animal Facts Mammals Mammals are the highest class of vertebrates and the female has mammary glands which secrete milk for the nourishment of young after birth. Mammals are warm-blooded and the majority of their body is covered with hair. Mammals give birth to live young (except the platypus and echidna, who lay eggs). They also have three middle ear bones.
Shelver! - Mrs Lodge's Library Life Update I hope everyone is having a fantastic school year! I miss being in school but I am enjoying my maternity leave with read more » AASL 2015 TPT Sale I'm throwing a TPT sale for AASL 2015! Everything is 20% off. Click below to get to my store and stock up on library read more » AASL 2015 Are you heading to AASL 2015? If so, please check out the Elementary Library Centers concurrent session! I was read more »
Virginia Living Museum - Explore Plants and Animals of Virginia The Virginia Living Museum is home to more than 250 species of animals and plants found throughout Virginia including reptiles, mammals, birds and fish. With its rivers and waterfalls, mountains and sandy coast, Virginia has an array of wildlife ranging from the extremely rare red wolf to jellyfish. The Chesapeake Bay is the world’s richest marine-life estuary.