[ pləsˈɛntə͡l mˈamə͡l], [ pləsˈɛntəl mˈaməl], [ p_l_ə_s_ˈɛ_n_t_əl m_ˈa_m_əl]
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How to use "Placental mammal" in context?
Placental mammals are mammals that give birth to their young directly after they are born, without the help of a mother. Mammals that live in this way are called placentals, and they belong to a group of animals called marsupials. The most well-known placental mammal is the human baby, but placentals have been found in a wide variety of different environments and climates around the world.
Placental mammals are unique in that they have an extra layer of skin, called the placental scarf, that covers their breasts and lower stomach.
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