About Mammals!!

There are over 5,000 species of mammals in the world. Mammals are the only vertebrates that don't lay eggs. They live in both land and water. Mammals is the only animals that have both circulatory and endothrmic systems in thier brains. Mammals can be identified by the presence of sweat glands. They give birth to live young instead of laying eggs.

Siberian Tiger

The animal we chose to research further for Chordata - Mammal is the Siberian Tiger. Siberian Tigers reproduce sexually. A unique mating behavior they have is that they use urine to help breed for markings. Siberian Tigers are carnivores. They eat deers, boars, bears, moose, goral, and fish. They live in northeastern China, North Korea, Russia's southern Far East. Their habitat is in the forests or plains. They adapted to survive by using white fertile to disguise themselves to ear thier prey.

Vertebrate or Invertebrate

Mammals are vertebrates.

Warm-blooded or Cold-blooded

Mammals are warm-blooded.

Type of Symmetry

Mammals have bilateral symmetry.