Asked in Mice and Rats
Is rat an insect?
Obviously NOT! Insects are classified as: Kingdom:AnimaliaPhylum:ArthropodaSubphylum:HexapodaClass:Insecta Rats are classified as: Kingdom:AnimaliaPhylum:ChordataClass:MammaliaOrder:RodentiaSuperfamily:MuroideaFamily:MuridaeSubfamily:MurinaeGenus:Rattus So while rats and insects are both of the kingdom Animalia, they are not even the same Phylum, much less Class. ...
Asked in Domestic Dogs, Dog Breeds
In what kingdom do Yorkies belong?
The Yorkshire Terrier, commonly known as the "Yorkie" is a breed of domestic dogs. All dogs, in fact all mammals, and any other animal you can think of, belong to the Animal Kingdom. Your Kingdom choices are pretty much Plant, Animal, or Microscopic something. So if it is big enough to see and not a plant, odds are good it's an animal. ...
Asked in Porifera (Sponges)
How do sponges differ from the majority of organisms in the animal kingdom?
They don't really move around They have no major organs (much like jellyfish) They make good art supplies when they die. ...
Asked in School Subjects
Is the human reproductive system the same as the animal reproductive system?
It would depend on which animal you are referring to, mammals have much the same reproductive system. Birds, fish and insects which are also animals do not. ...
Asked in Taxonomy
What are the eight levels of the modern classification system?
I'm assuming you're talking about the eight phyla (singular: phylum) in the animal kingdom. They are: Porifera--(sponges) Cnidaria--(jellyfish) Platyhelminthes--(flatworms) Nematoda--(round worms) Annelida--(ringed worms, e.g., earthworms) Arthropoda--(insects) Echinodermata--(starfish) Chordata--(pretty much everything else that's an animal) ...