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More than 90% of all mammal species are A. monotremes. B. marsupials. C. placental mammals. D. domestic animals.
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User: More than 90% of all mammal species are A. monotremes. B. marsupials. C. placental mammals. D. domestic animals.

Weegy: More than 90% of all mammal species are placental mammals.
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User: Mammals are adapted to live in the following environments: A. land B. air C. water D. all of the above '

Weegy: Mammals are adapted to live in the following environments::A. land
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Answer: all of the above. Mammals are adapted to live on land (e.g. tigers), in the air (e.g. bats), and in water (e.g. whales).
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