mammalian

[ muh-mey-lee-uh n, -meyl-yuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF mammalian

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And we have seen the sudden increase of mammalian life in Tertiary times.

Mammalian bones are also plentifully distributed in the Danish kitchen-middens.

No other mammalian baby is so much of a baby and yet comes so near to being no baby at all.

No associated implements or remains of mammalian skeletons are recorded.

He also considers that the mammalian scaphoid represents a centrale.

About the middle of the mammalian series it begins to be convoluted.

Nor have we any record of the mammalian life in this 'ancient loess' of Europe.

I have adopted his attitudes, but have not ventured to give them mammalian ears.

But from what is known, other mammalian characters can be pointed out.

Instinctively, the mammalian mother feeds, warms and defends her young.

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