What are the Characteristics of Pouched Mammals
Characteristics of Pouched Mammals
- i) These mammals have a pouch outside the belly called marsupium.
- ii) Fertilization of egg and development of embryo is internal.
iii) After hatching from shell membranous the embryo absorb nutrients secretions from yolk sac.
- iv) The gestation period is brief and marsupial give birth to young one.
- v) Young one is still an embryo.
- vi) These young creep into the marsupium where it gets milk from nipples of mother.
vii) It lives in marsupium until it can take care of itself.
viii) The common examples are kangaroo, koala, Tasmanian wolf and wombat etc.
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