What are mammals?

Some articles on mammal, mammals:

Pantolambda - Description
... A generalized early mammal, it had a vaguely cat-like body, heavy head, long tail, and five-toed plantigrade feet ending in blunt nails that were neither hooves nor sharp claws ... in a similar way to the feet of hoofed mammals, and the feet were probably not very flexible ... Cretaceous mammals, which had to compete with dinosaurs, were generally small insect eaters ...
List Of Mammals Of India
... This is a list of mammals found in India ... The mammals of India ranges in size from the Eurasian pygmy shrew (Sorex minutus) to the Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) ... Many of the carnivores and larger mammals are restricted in their distribution to forests in protected areas, while others live within the cities in the close ...
Mammaliaformes
... Mammaliaformes ("mammal-shaped") is a clade that contains the crown group mammals and their closest extinct relatives the group radiated from earlier probainognathian cynodonts ... common ancestor of Morganucodonta and the crown group mammals the latter is the clade originating with the most recent common ancestor of extant Monotremata, Marsupialia, and ... Besides Morganucodonta and the crown group mammals, Mammaliaformes includes Docodonta and Hadrocodium as well as Tikitherium, the earliest known member of the ...
Hypercarnivore
... Many prehistoric mammals of the clade Carnivoramorpha (Carnivora and Miacoidea without Creodonta), along with the early order Creodonta, and some mammals of the even earlier order Cimolesta ... The earliest carnivorous mammal is considered to be Cimolestes, which existed during the Late Cretaceous and Tertiary periods in North America about 65 million years ago ... as Tyrannosaurus rex that existed during the late Cretaceous, although not mammals, were obligate carnivores ...
Abdominal Hair
... grows on the abdomen of humans and non-human mammals, in the region between the pubic area and the thorax (chest) ... The growth of abdominal hair follows the same pattern on nearly all mammals, vertically from the pubic area upwards and from the thorax downwards to the umbilicus (navel) ... The abdominal hair of non-human mammals is part of the pelage or fur ...