What is the distinctive characteristics of a marsupial?

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  • What is the distinctive characteristics of a marsupial?


A distinctive characteristic common to these species is ... Marsupials have the typical characteristics of ... Marsupial reproductive organs ...
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The origin of marsupials probably occurred somewhere in the ... had epipubic bones (von Koenigswald and Storch 1992: 155). No marsupial has a ...
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... features and specialized characteristics, ... of living placental and marsupial mammals or else a mechanism ... are distinctive ...
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Placental mammals are a rather diverse group, with nearly 4000 described species, mostly rodents and bats (photos at left). The placental mammals include ...
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Marsupial definition, any viviparous, nonplacental mammal of the order Marsupialia, comprising the opossums, kangaroos, wombats, and bandicoots, ...
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... there are only three characteristics unique to mammals. ... Other characteristics not unique to mammals include live ... List of Marsupial Animals;
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