If a coconut has milk and hair does that make it a mammal?
What Girls Said 11
No. It's just called 'milk' because, like cow milk, it is a sweet, milky white cooking base. The color and rich taste of coconut milk can be attributed to the high oil content and sugars, another similarity it shares with milk produced by mammals.0
Coconuts don't give birth, they are a plant.0
They don't birth live young or have vertebrae or warm blood, but other than that, sure! ^-^0
Thought it would have to have boobs though lol0
Go to school, and ask your science teacher. :D0
I wouldn't call it hair.0
It sure does.0
No a mamal needs to have a ciculatory and skeletal system.0
You're like this: "When Plato gave Socrates's definition of man as "featherless bipeds" and was much praised for the definition, Diogenes plucked a chicken and brought it into Plato's Academy, saying, "Behold! I've brought you a man." After this incident, "with broad flat nails" was added to Plato's definition." :')
Mammals don't need hair though; dolphins and porpoises and whales and dugongs etc. are mammals1
i don't think so, but it can be a long lost relative of your balls0
What Guys Said 4
You get A+++++++ in biology from me.1
while they are common properties of a mammal, they are not required, and as such do not form the definition of mammal
dolphins are mammals1
If my penis does whatever it wants to, does that make it an individual? The world may never know1
It has to give birth to live young. Unfortunately, coconuts are eggs.0
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