ARTICLES

Birds and mammals are both warm-blooded animals with separate sexes determined by genetics, spinal cords, four-chambered hearts, four limbs and well-developed bony skeletons. Both groups include species that can fly and ...

www.reference.com/article/similarities-between-birds-mammals-834c07242351edca

Closely related organisms often share similar structures in their bodies, despite their different lifestyles. The simplest explanation for such similarities is that both species descended from a common ancestor with simi...

www.reference.com/article/anatomical-evidence-evolution-c5fddb3430af84a1

Echinoderms and chordates are related in the sense that they both belong to the deuterostome superphylum, exhibiting somewhat similar patterns of early development during the embryonic stage. The differences between the ...

www.reference.com/article/echinoderms-chordates-related-53f99112a74fc186

SIMILAR ARTICLES

Reptiles are cold-blooded vertebrates which generally have scales, four limbs with five toes each, and hearts with three or four chambers. Most also lay eggs with leathery shells, which are protected from dessication by ...

www.reference.com/article/characteristics-reptiles-9e708682c3f45afc

Mammals and birds have four-chambered hearts. However, birds have much larger hearts in proportion to their size than mammals do, and their hearts pump more blood per minute than mammals of the same size.

www.reference.com/science/animals-four-chambered-heart-f446f3741a302d91

The vast majority of animals with ocular media, including fish, amphibians, insects and other invertebrates, reptiles, birds and some mammals are capable of seeing ultraviolet light. Goldfish, mantis shrimp, butterflies ...

www.reference.com/article/animal-can-see-ultraviolet-color-339b16996f4bdbda

Many species of birds, mammals, insects, amphibians and fish migrate. While the reason for migration often differs among species, some reasons for migration include avoiding extreme weather, mating and finding food.

www.reference.com/article/species-animals-migrate-f526f6255c65bfcf