A mammal may weigh as little as 1/12 ounce, as do some shrews, or as much as 150 tons, like the blue whale. It may spring, waddle, swim or even fly. But if it has milk for its young, has hair of some kind, is relatively intelligent, and has warm blood, then it is a mammal.

Order of the smallest mammals and possibly, pound for pound the most fierce.

Second largest Order with 19 Families

Hoofed animals with an even number of toes include those that ruminate (chew their cud)

Orders of the toe-footed creatures that depend on meat.

The Order of rabbits, hares, and pikas.

Three families Otariidae (eared seals, sea lions), Odobenidae (walruses), and Phocidae (earless seals).

Basic Life Support

Basic life support (BLS) is defined as a variety of noninvasive emergency procedures performed to assist in the immediate survival of a patient, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation, hemorrhage control, stabilization of fractures, spinal immobilization, and basic first aid.
Microbiology is the study of microorganisms, which are unicellular or cell-cluster microscopic organisms. This includes eukaryotes such as fungi and protists and prokaryotes such as bacteria and certain algae. Viruses are also included.
Microbiology will require the mastery of serval skills. Aseptic technique is required in the field of Microbiology. Aseptic technique is a procedure to prevent contamination of cultures and media from microbes in the environment. To transfer cultures from one medium by inoculating another medium. This is called subculturing.
Medical terminology is composed of a prefix, root word, and suffix. It is used to precisely describe the human body components and processes
The practice of medicine has a rich history that spans several centuries. Since the first use of plants and other items as simple medicines and balms, many men and women have contributed to the advancement of the "healing arts."
Scouts will begin their work on this merit badge by learning about the properties of metal, how to use simple metalworking tools, and the basic metalworking techniques. Then they will practice using these tools and techniques before concentrating on the more intricate skills of one of four metalworking options.
Mining has been an important part of our nation since the 19th century. Today, the industry employs 3 million Americans, directly and indirectly, and is a major contributor to the global mining landscape. This merit badge covers the history of mining, explores the status of mining in the 21st century, introduces Scouts to modern mining careers, and explores the all-important topic of mining safety.
Model making, the art of creating copies of objects that are either smaller or larger than the objects they represent, is not only an enjoyable and educational hobby: it is widely used in the professional world for such things as creating special effects for movies, developing plans for buildings, and designing automobiles and airplanes.
Conversions play an important role in understanding chemistry. Here we take the mystery out of conversions.

The three large classes of Mollusk are Gastropods (snails, slugs), Bivalves (clams, scallops), Cephalopods(squid, octopus)

With the fun of operating a motorboat comes the responsibility for keeping that boat in first-class condition, knowing and obeying the nautical "rules of the road," and gaining the general knowledge and skills to operate a boat safely.
Moviemaking includes the fundamentals of producing motion pictures, including the use of effective light, accurate focus, careful composition (or arrangement), and appropriate camera movement to tell stories. In earning the badge, Scouts will also learn to develop a story and describe other pre- and post-production processes necessary for making a quality motion picture.
The history of music is rich and exciting. Through the ages, new music has been created by people who learned from tradition, then explored and innovated. All the great music has not yet been written. Today, the possibilities for creating new music are limitless.