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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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Animal - Wikipedia


Animals are multicellular, eukaryotic organisms of the kingdom Animalia (also called Metazoa). The animal kingdom emerged as a basal clade within Apoikozoa ...



Animalia's Going Native animal programs and commemorative calendar are officially endorsed as an Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project. Celebrate 200 Years ...

Kingdom Animalia | Characteristics, Kingdom Animalia ...


The major group of animals are classified under the Kingdom Animalia, also known as Metazoa. This kingdom does not contain prokaryotes. All the members of ...



All animals are members of the Kingdom Animalia, also called Metazoa. This Kingdom does not contain prokaryotes (Kingdom Monera, includes bacteria, ...

Amazon.com: Animalia (Picture Puffins) (9780140559965): Graeme ...


Animalia is a book like no other. Abounding with fanciful, gorgeously detailed art, it is an alphabet book, a guessing game, and a virtual feast for the eyes.

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Animals - Animalia - Overview - Encyclopedia of Life


The Kingdom Animalia (=Metazoa) is one of a handful of lineages rooted far back in the branching "tree" that represents the history of life on Earth. This lineage ...

ITIS Standard Report Page: Animalia


Go to Print Version. Animalia Taxonomic Serial No.: 202423 ... ITIS & Species 2000 Catalogue of Life Management Hierarchy, document (version Animalia).

Animalia - The Washington Post


Animalia tells the stories of animals, people and the world they share. It is helmed by Karin Brulliard.