|colugo, gliding mammal||flying lemur|
|(Zoology) marine mammal related to the dolphin; (Old English and Fantasy fiction) type of demon or gobblin||orc|
|1960s dance, act like a monkey; imitate a monkey; make mischief, clown around, dupe, mimic, mischievous child, nonhuman primate, pile driver ram, type of agile tree-dwelling mammal of the order Primates (not including humanoid apes, lemurs, or humans);...||monkey|
|aardvark, any of a number of tropical American mammals which eat ants, echidna, pangolin, tropical mammal that feeds on ants||anteater|
|act of gliding about on roller skates||rollerskating|
|act of gliding across snow or water on skis; sport of gliding across snow or water on skis, activity of using skis||skiing|
|act of gliding on ice with ice skates; act of gliding on a hard surface with roller skates, moving about or performing on skates||skating|
|act of gliding on water using skis while being towed by a speedboat||waterskiing|
|act of gliding, glide in an airplane, glide to the ground, gliding with engine shut off (of an airplane), move by gliding||volplane|
|act of sliding on snow, descent down a slippery slope; sliding dance step, gliding ballet step, make gliding ballet step, slide down a steep slope; perform a sliding dance step, to slide on snow||glissade|
|adult female bovine (especially one which is raised to supply milk or meat); adult female of various large mammals (i.e. elephant, whale, etc.), frighten, intimidate, large female mammal, large female mammal kept for milk, make submissive, male or fema...||cow|
|African animal with very long neck, tall long-necked spotted mammal (native to Africa)||giraffe|
|African mammal resembling a weasel||zoril|
|African mammal resembling giraffe||okapi|
|African mammal that eats termites, striped mammal native of southern and eastern Africa that has the characteristics of a hyena and feeds mainly on insects and especially termites||aardwolf|
|air vent, breathing hole in ice, bubble in ingot, nostril of whale or similar mammal, vent for the escape of gas or air; spiracle of a whale or another cetacean located far back on the head; hole in the ice to which animals (such as whales, seals, etc....||blowhole|
|animal which has hoofs, hoofed animal, having hoofs; resembling a hoof, hoofed mammal, shaped like hoof, with hoofs||ungulate|
|animal with a pouch, any mammal of the order Marsupialia (mostly found in Australia); animal which carries and nurses its offspring in a pouch (Zoology), of or pertaining to the order Marsupialia; having a pouch like that of a marsupial animal (Zoology)||marsupial|
|ant bear, burrowing African mammal, nocturnal African mammal which feeds on ants and termites||aardvark|
|any highly developed mammal that engages in complex behaviors and social interaction (such as man, monkeys, etc.); archbishop; high cardinal, member of mammal order, somebody of highest rank||primate|
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