What is a dugong?


What is a dugong?


Mammals are warm-blooded animals, which means their bodies can regulate their own temperature. Almost all mammals give birth to live young, which are then nursed with their mother's milk. Mammals have fur or hair on their bodies at least some time during their lives.

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A dugong is a type of sea mammal, very similar to a manatee. They are herbivores that can live as long as 70 years in the wild. On average, they...

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What is a Dugong? - Definition, Habitat & Population
What is a Dugong? - Definition, Habitat & Population

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Chapter 5 / Lesson 6

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