How are mammals classified
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The six solid indications that an animal is a mammal include: 1. possession of mammary glands for feeding young, 2. possession of hair, 3. a single jawbone on either side (other vertebrates have more than one) 4. A middle ear with three bones 5. A single main artery leaving the heart that curves to the left (the aortic arch) 6. possession of a diaphragm.
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