How Are Monotremes Different from Other Mammals?


Monotremes are different to mammals in that they lay eggs with shells and large yolks instead of giving live birth. Monotremes are very ancient for mammals because, in a number of additional details, Monotremes are quite lacking in originality, having extremely altered snouts or beaks, and modern adult Monotremes have no teeth.
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