Translation of mammal in Spanish:

mammal

mamífero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmæməl//ˈmam(ə)l/

noun

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    mamífero masculine
    • Animal pathologists found the mammals had suffered internal bleeding in the ears and the brain.
    • The male feeds the female while she incubates, catching small mammals and birds and bringing them back to the nest.
    • Recently, the rat became the third mammal for which the complete genome was sequenced.
    • Dolphins are mammals and as such are warm-blooded and bear live young, which they suckle.
    • Unlike mammals, chicks do not feed on milk formula as their stomachs cannot digest it.
    • The island refuges of some species are also under threat from imported mammals such as rats and hedgehogs.
    • The sloths and armadillos are rather odd mammals characteristic of South America.
    • The teeth and their pattern of wear are unlike that seen in any modern mammal so what this animal ate is something of a mystery.
    • The decaying wood also becomes home to a range of insects and small mammals.
    • This bulky animal is one of the most dangerous mammals to be found anywhere.
    • Certainly, a lot of changes would have to occur for a land mammal to live in the sea.
    • The domes will contain different freshwater environments containing fish and aquatic mammals.
    • Nothing is more remarkable than the effects of habit in herbivorous mammals.
    • Some mammals can distinguish between and respond to the alarm calls of other mammal and bird species.
    • Their prey consists mainly of birds and small mammals such as rats and agoutis.
    • The lack of suitable nest sites has also resulted in increased predation by corvids and mammals on the eggs and chicks.
    • The domestic animal is the first mammal known to die of the disease in Europe.
    • It provides the growing young with everything it wants, and only mammals produce milk.
    • West Nile Virus is found mainly in birds, though it is also found in horses and other mammals.
    • They inhabited a world that was dominated by a different kind of animal - the mammal.