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Hello Happy friends, are you ready to learn?
I’m Sarah, and today, we’re going to play a Q.A game about mammals.
Do you know which mammal is the only one to lay eggs? Let’s look at three options
Elephants and rhinos
Turtles and bats or
Platypuses and Echidnas
Which ones could they be…
Look! The platypus and Echidna!! That’s interesting, let’s learn a little more, look!
The only oviparous mammals, that means, the only mammals that reproduce by eggs, are the platypus (1.0) and this kind of hedgehog called Echidna.
All of the other mammals are viviparous, because they develop inside their mother’s womb and are born directly from it.
Do you want to see how a calf is born?
Wow! It’s astonishing
Well, now we know that most mammals are viviparous, let’s look at the next question.
How do dolphins and whales breathe?
Through gills, like fish
Wow! So dolphins and whales breathe through their lungs! Like us!
Dolphins, and whales, like all of us, and like all mammals, have pulmonary respiration. Marine mammals, although it may not seem like it, also have lungs, the only thing is that they can spend a long time without breathing. The record is held by blue whales, who are able to hold their breath underwater for 50 minutes!
The Blue whale almost holds its breath for a whole hour!
Well, let’s carry on with the last question.
Do the elephant and the hippopotamus have hair?
Yes, they have hair
No, they don’t have hair
Well, you look at that! !
Both elephants and hippos have hair, look look.
Actually, all mammals have hair, or they’ve had it at some point.
Although it may seem untrue, even dolphins and whales have small hairs around their mouths when they are small. But they do lose them when they are older, and that way they can swim a lot better.
Wow! All mammals have hair, even dolphins and whales.
Mammals are cool, aren’t they?
I love them!
Goodbye Happy Friends, See you next time!
I hope you’re always ready to learn!