[ sˈʌbklas juːθˈi͡əɹɪə], [ sˈʌbklas juːθˈiəɹɪə], [ s_ˈʌ_b_k_l_a_s j_uː_θ_ˈiə_ɹ_ɪ__ə]
Related words: mammal subclass eutheria,
Subclass of mammals,
How to use "Subclass eutheria" in context?
The term Eutheria was first coined by the Russian naturalist and scientist, Ivan Sakhno in 1841. The Eutheria is a large and diverse group of animals that includes the mammals, birds, and reptiles. Eutheria is unlike any other phylum, or class, of animals. Phylogenetically, Eutheria is the most recent phylum of animals to branch off from the larger plant kingdom. The Eutheria also hold some unique evolutionary characteristics. For example, all Eutheria have a four-chamber heart, which allows them to better tolerate periods of low oxygen levels.
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