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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:06
    • Objectives
  • Common Characteristics 0:30
    • Common Characteristics
  • Hair and Skin 3:23
    • Hair and Skin
  • Glands 5:18
    • Milk-producing Glands
    • Oil-producing Glands
    • Sweat Glands
    • Scent Glands
  • Monotremes 7:51
    • Monotremes
  • Marsupials 9:00
    • Marsupials
  • Placentals 10:42
    • Gestation Period & Placentals
    • Umbilibal Cord
  • Carnivores 13:28
    • Carnivores
  • Herbivores 14:27
    • Herbivores
  • Omnivores 15:59
    • Omnivores
  • Example 1: Compare and Contrast Placental, Marsupial, and Monotreme Development 16:39
  • Example 2: Describe the Specialized Teeth and Diet of Carnivores, Omnivores, and Herbivores 19:10
  • Example 3: What Structures Help Placentals Develop Inside the Uterus? 20:26
  • Example 4: Label Each Mammal As a Monotreme, Marsupial, or a Placental. 21:35