What is a mammal?

United States, 1962

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Episode of Series “Biology program; unit 3. Animal life”.
Demonstrates the basic structural and behavioural characteristics of mammals and describes their successful adaptation to a wide variety of ecological niches. Compares reptilian and mammalian characteristics, such as reactions to temperature, reproduction; sense organs and skull structure. Discusses the evolution of mammals, illustrates their variety and shows their distribution. Suitable for upper secondary levels.


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