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Pinnipedia

[ˌpinəˈpēdēa]

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1. The German naturalist Johann Karl Wilhelm Illiger was the first to recognize the pinnipeds as a distinct taxonomic unit; in 1811 he gave the name pinnipedia to both a family and an order. American zoologist Joel Asaph Allen reviewed the world's pinnipeds in an 1880 monograph, History of North American pinnipeds, a monograph of the walruses, sea-lions, sea-bears and seals of North America.
2. In marine mammals (cetaceans, pinnipedia), Morbillivirus, Orthopoxvirus, and Parapoxvirus infections may occur when water systems are connected between basins. 6 The Morbillivirus outbreak in the north of the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark has shown that vaccination using canine distemper virus (CDV–ISCOM) (immune-stimulating complex) vaccine is effective in protecting harbor seals (Phoca vitulina) from phocid distemper in 1988. This vaccine from Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The
3. Alternative Title: pinnipedia Pinniped, (suborder Pinnipedia), any of a group of 34 species of aquatic fin-footed mammals comprising seal s, sea lion s, and the walrus. Pinnipeds live only in rich marine environments and a few inland or tropical freshwater systems. In the walrus (Odobenus rosmarus), both males and females have tusks.
4. Pinniped definition, belonging to the Pinnipedia, a suborder of carnivores with limbs adapted to an aquatic life, including the seals and walruses. See more.
5. Pinnipeds are the seals and their relatives, a group of semi- aquatic marine mammals. The pinnipedia is in the Order Carnivora. There are three seal families: Odobenidae (walruses), Otariidae (eared seals, including sea lions and fur seals), and Phocidae (true seals). Seals are sleek-bodied and barrel-shaped.
6. Pinniped definition is - any of an order or suborder (Pinnipedia) of aquatic carnivorous mammals (such as a seal or walrus) with all four limbs modified into flippers.
7. ᎠᎹᏱ ᎠᏁᎯ ᏓᏂᏑᏫᏍᎩ (ᎠᏂᎶᎻ: Pinnipedia) . ᏏᏓᏁᎸᎯ. ᏓᏑᏫᏍᎩ ᎡᏆ ᏏᏓᏁᎸᎯ, Odobenidae; ᎠᎺᏉ ᏢᏓᏥ
8. pinnipedia definition is - a suborder of aquatic carnivorous mammals including all the seals and the walruses.
9. He māmela a me nā wāwae-ʻēheu nā pinipedia (inoa Lākina: Pinnipedia): sila, liona kai, sila pūhuluhulu a me waleluka.. ʻOhana. ʻOhana pinnipedia. ʻOhana Odobenidae. Waleluka, Odobenus rosmarus (); ʻOhana Otariidae. Genus Arctocephalus (Sila pūhuluhulu) . Sila pūhuluhulu ʻAnealika, A. gazella (Antarctic Fur Seal); Sila pūhuluhulu Guadalupe, A. townsendi (Guadalupe Fur Seal)
10. Any of various carnivorous aquatic mammals of the suborder (or superfamily) Pinnipedia, having flippers as organs of locomotion and including the seals and the walrus. [From New Latin pinnipedia , order name : Latin pinna , feather ; see pinna + Latin pēs , ped- , foot ; see -ped .]
11. Pinniped definition is - any of an order or suborder (Pinnipedia) of aquatic carnivorous mammals (such as a seal or walrus) with all four limbs modified into flippers. 4. How to use pinnipedia in a sentence.
12. Any of various carnivorous, aquatic mammals of the group Pinnipedia, which some believe is a suborder of the Carnivora but others consider a separate mammalian order. Pinnipeds have long, smooth bodies and finlike flippers for swimming. Seals and walruses are pinnipeds.
13. Pinnipedia. Pinnipedia: translation. noun. A taxonomic group consisting of three families - Odobenidae (walruses), Otariidae (fur seals and sea lions) and Phocidae (seals). It was formerly classified as its own
14. Hypernyms ("Pinnipedia" is a kind of): animal order (the order of animals). Meronyms (members of "Pinnipedia"): pinnatiped; pinniped; pinniped mammal (aquatic carnivorous mammal having a streamlined body specialized for swimming with limbs modified as flippers). family Otariidae; Otariidae (eared seals: sea lions and fur seals). family Phocidae; Phocidae (earless seals)

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