What Is the Life Cycle of an Animal?

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Animal have different life cycle. For mammals, fish, reptiles, and birds, their life cycle is simply being born and growing up. For amphibians, they are born and then stay underwater through their gills before they are able into the land, breathing through their lungs. 
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Kingdom Animalia
All animals are members of the Kingdom Animalia, also called Metazoa. This Kingdom does not contain the prokaryotes (Kingdom Monera, includes bacteria, blue-green algae) or the protists (Kingdom Protista, includes unicellular eukaryotic... More >>
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