Some Sample Kinds Of Mammal

#$Primate   primates

    An instance of #$BiologicalOrder, and a sub-taxon of #$Eutheria. Each instance of #$Primate has a relatively large brain case, an unfused radius and ulna in the forelimbs, an unfused tibia and fibula in the hind limbs, and opposable thumbs. Notable specializations of #$Primate include #$Person, #$Orangutan, #$Gorilla, and #$Baboon.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalOrder
    direct specialization of: #$TerrestrialOrganism  #$Eutheria 
    direct generalization of: #$Person #$HominidaeFamily

#$Person   people

    The collection of all human beings. Something is an instance of #$Person just in case it is a member of the species Homo Sapiens, and thus #$Person is an instance of #$BiologicalSpecies in the #$BiologyMt. Persons are the most intelligent kind of #$Primate, and the only kind known to be naturally capable of speaking a language. #$Person excludes non-human legal persons, who are, however, included in the collection #$LegalAgent.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalSpecies
    direct specialization of: #$ViviparousAnimal  #$Omnivore  #$LegalAgent  #$HumanOccupationConstructResident  #$HomoGenus 
    direct generalization of: #$Artist #$UnemployedPerson #$PersonWithOccupation #$Philosopher #$Student #$ComputerProgrammer #$Athlete #$HumanChild #$FemalePerson #$MalePerson #$Leader #$HumanAdult

#$CanineAnimal   canines

    A specialization of #$CarnivoreOrder. Each instance of #$CanineAnimal is a member of a dog-like species belonging to the #$CarnivoreOrder. The collection #$CanineAnimal includes the specializations #$Dog, #$Wolf, and #$Fox (qq.v.). Canine animals constitute an instance of #$BiologicalFamily, the Canidae.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalFamily
    direct specialization of: #$TerrestrialOrganism  #$CarnivoreOrder 
    direct generalization of: #$Dog

#$Dog   dogs

    A #$BiologicalSpecies (scientific name `Canis familiaris') that is a specialization of #$CanineAnimal (q.v.). Each instance of #$Dog is a canine animal that has either been bred to be a domestic pet (see #$DomesticatedAnimal) or is a wild canine animal that is not an instance of #$Wolf, #$Fox, or any other non-dog specialization of #$CanineAnimal. (Thus #$Dog includes Australian dingos, e.g.)
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalSpecies
    direct specialization of: #$CanineAnimal  #$DomesticatedAnimal 

#$Wolf   wolves    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all wolves; a subset of #$CanineAnimal. By default, members of #$Wolf are elements of #$WildAnimal. Wolves are not included in the collection #$Dog. The collection #$Wolf does not correspond to any biological taxon. Note that members of the collection #$Wolf-Red are included in this collection as well as members of the collection #$Wolf-Gray.
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    direct instance of: #$OrganismClassificationType
    direct specialization of: #$CanineAnimal 

#$Whale   whales    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all whales, including most types of cetacean. #$Whale is a subset of #$Mammal, including the largest mammals on Earth.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalTaxon
    direct specialization of: #$Individual 

#$EquineAnimal   equines    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    A collection of animals including horses and species closely related to horses. Subsets of #$EquineAnimal include #$Horse, #$Donkey, #$Zebra, #$Mule, among others.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalTaxon
    direct specialization of: #$TerrestrialOrganism  #$MountableTransporter  #$Herbivore  #$NonPersonAnimal  #$Eutheria 

#$Horse   horses (herd animals) (herbivores) (non-human animals)    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all horses, of all breeds; a subset of #$EquineAnimal. Horses may be domesticated (for riding, draught, racing or breeding) or wild; see #$DomesticatedAnimal, #$WildAnimal. #$Horse constitutes an instance of #$BiologicalSpecies (called Equus caballus). Horses can interbreed with donkeys to produce a nonfertile mule or a jenny (see #$Donkey, #$Mule).
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalSpecies
    direct specialization of: #$HerdAnimal 

#$Zebra   zebras    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all zebras; a subset of #$EquineAnimal. These black-and-white striped relatives of horses are native to the #$ContinentOfAfrica. Zebras are almost impossible to tame, therefore by default they are elements of #$WildAnimal, although a few have been successfully domesticated and harnessed.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalTaxon
    direct specialization of: #$HerdAnimal 

#$Donkey   donkeys    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all donkeys; a subset of #$EquineAnimal. Also called burros, donkeys are slightly smaller than most horses. Elements of #$Donkey may belong to either of the collections #$DomesticatedAnimal or #$WildAnimal. Domesticated donkeys are used for draught and riding. Donkeys can interbreed with horses to produce a nonfertile mule or a jenny (see #$Horse, #$Mule).
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalSpecies
    direct specialization of: #$Individual 

#$Mule   mules (herbivores) (domesticated animals) (tame animals)    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all mules; a subset of #$EquineAnimal. Elements of #$Mule are the infertile hybrid offspring of a horse father and a donkey mother. Mules are presumed to be elements of #$DomesticatedAnimal, used for draught or riding. (An offspring of a donkey father and horse mother is called a jenny, and is recognizably distinct from the larger mule.) See also #$Horse, #$Donkey.
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    direct instance of: #$OrganismClassificationType
    direct specialization of: #$DomesticatedAnimal 

#$Platypus   duck-billed platypuses    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all duck-billed platypi; a subset of #$Mammal. Elements of #$Platypus are Australian monotreme mammals, the females of which order lay eggs and lactate over a broad chest area rather than through teats. They have broad leathery bills and webbed feet. They swim in streams and rivers and live in burrows. #$Platypus constitutes an instance of #$BiologicalSpecies (also called Ornithorhynchus anatinus).
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalSpecies
    direct specialization of: #$NonPersonAnimal