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Does a whale really lay eggs or give birth?
Answer 1:

Whales are marine mammals. Mammals are vertebrates (they have a backbone or spine), are warm-blooded, have hair, have mammary glands to feed babies milk, and give birth to live young - to name some major characteristics. They do not lay eggs. Other mammals include: cows, dogs, elephants, monkeys, and humans.



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