aquatic mammals

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  • She was the second ship of that name, after the whale family of aquatic mammals.
  • Preservation also does not explain why aquatic mammals sleep while moving.
  • Aquatic mammals, like other mammals, have the same size heart proportional to their bodies.
  • Their prey also includes some aquatic mammals, such as water voles.
  • And there are other aquatic mammals, like the seals, in which these characteristics are much less marked. Cited from The Whence and the Whither of Man, by John Mason Tyler
  • This is a society for the care of aquatic mammals in human custody.
  • A sea lion is an aquatic mammal generally found in shallow waters.
  • In the same year, two more outbreaks of viral disease in aquatic mammals were observed.
  • Thanks to advanced canoe designs coastal and island people could procure fish and aquatic mammals from farther out.
  • Some aquatic mammals and some birds can sleep with one half of the brain while the other half is awake, so-called unihemispheric slow-wave sleep.
  • Lakes and rivers were teeming with many species of fish, birds and aquatic mammals.
  • The is an aquatic mammal thought to have become extinct in the 1970s.
  • Oil intoxication has the greatest impact on bird species, aquatic mammals, and other aquatic organisms.
  • Capybaras are semi-aquatic mammals found throughout almost all countries of South America (except Chile).
  • In aquatic mammals, such as whales, however, there is no great difference between the outer and inner environments.
  • The aquatic mammals were as interested as the human beings they aided. Cited from Key Out of Time, by Andre Alice Norton
  • These primitive aquatic mammals did not possess the ability to echolocate, although they did have slightly adapted underwater hearing.
  • Several species of aquatic mammals are found on the river, including beaver, mink, and river otter.
  • The differences in auditory systems have led to extensive research on aquatic mammals, specifically on dolphins.
  • Most aquatic animals, apart from aquatic mammals, reproduce through a process of spawning.
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