Mammals Video

Here is our last video! Please watch what’s here and then go to the movenote site and download the rest of the ppt and read through the human evolution slides. Remember to leave a comment and rejoice that we are done with notes! Links: youtube (http://youtu.be/zguWJ8ruijQ) and Movenote (https://www.movenote.com/v/65HLm8O8N2emq).

41 thoughts on “Mammals Video”

  1. The limbs, fingers, and toes of many mammals are adapted to their particular way of life

  2. Mammals appeared 220 million years ago and there are 3 types of mammals, marsupials, placentals, and monotremes

  3. Mammals first appeared during the Triassic period, around 220 million years ago.

  4. Mammals made their first appearance on earth around 220 million years ago

  5. Mammals appeared around 220 million years ago (during the Triassic period)

  6. Mammals have evolved from smaller, nocturnal animals, some traits are fur and mammary glands.

  7. There are three types of mammals: monotremes, marsupials, and placentals.

  8. The frist true mammals appeared during the late triassic period, about 220 million years ago.

  9. the first mammals appeared 220 million years ago, and they had hair, mammary glands, and milk for their young

  10. 220 millions years ago, the first mammal appeared with hair, mammary glands, and larger brains.

  11. 220 million years ago during the Triassic period the first mammals appeared.

  12. Mammals make milk to nourish their young and they also have large brains.

  13. All mammals have hair and mammary glands. And in females the mammary glands have milk that they use to nourish their young.

  14. Mammals first appeared around 220 million years ago during the Triassic period

  15. 220 million years ago, during the Triassic Period, the first mammals appeared.

  16. In the Triassic Period, which is 220 million years ago, the first mammals appeared.

  17. The first mammals appeared around 220 million years ago during the Triassic Period.

  18. All mammals have hair, mammary glands, and have milk to nourish their young.

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