overview of kingdom



cell type: The cell type of this organism is eukaryotic.



Body type: The body type of this organism is multicellular




Cell wall: Animal cells do not have cell walls




Nutrition: Animal cells are heterotrophic because they get there energy by consuming other organisms.




Vertebrate and invertebrates

Mammals are vertebrate because they have backbones. Insects are invertebrates because they do not have backbones.



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Pylums

Porifera(sponges)-Spend most of their lives fixed to the ocean
Cnidaria(Cnidarians)-Aquatic animals with a radial body shape
Class:Hydrozoa
Scyphozoa
Anthozoa
Cubozoa
Ctentophora(Comb jellies)-It resembles jellyfish
Platyhelminthes(Flatworms)-Thin, flattened worms with simple tissues and sensory organs.
Class:Turbellarians
Trematoda
Cestoda
Mollusca(Mollusks)-Soft-bodied aquatic animal that usually have an outer shell
Class:Gastropoda
Pelecypoda
Cephalopoda
Nematoda(Roundworm)-Small,round worm.
Arthopoda-
Subphlyum:Trilobita(trilobites)
Crustacea(crutaceans)
Chelicerata(cheliicerte)
Uniramia
Class:Insect(insect)
Chilopoda(centipedes)
Diplopoda(millipedes)
Chorodata(Chorodates)-
Subphylum: Urochordata(tunicates)
Cephalochordata(tunicates)
Vertebrata(vertebrates)
Class:Myxini(hagfish)
cephalasomorphi(lampreys)
Chondrichthyes(cartilaginous)
Ostichthyes(bony fish)
Amphibia(aphibians)
Reptilia(reptiles)
Ave(birds)
Mammalia(mammals)