Scientists group animals into classes for the sake of study. The most commonly known classes of animals are birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fish. Other common classes are insects and arachnids.
Yes. There are 111 classes of animals in 36 phyla, so each phylum has several classes of animals.
The 6 main classes of animals are as follows:1) Mammals2) Amphibians3) Fishes4) Birds5) Reptiles6) Invertebrates
The standard use of the collective noun 'classes' is 'classes of students'. The noun 'class' (or the plural form 'classes') is a general collective noun for people or things, for example 'classes of travelers' or 'classes of work animals'.
keeping animals in cages could the students in their biology classes
what's the most significant difference between the holdovers" and animals in all other classes. what's the answer.
Protists Fungi Plants Animals
FishAmphibians Mammals Birds Reptiles
There are many textbooks about animals. These are commonly used in high schools and university classes about Zoology and the study of animals.
In order to get a degree in Marine Biology you have to take classes on all marine animals, however, you can take more classes about certain marine animals.
Birds, fish and reptiles.
Not one college in the world has animal training classes because animals are incosiderate and hurtful.
Some of the classes (depending on availability / location of your school) F.F.A. - Future Farmers of America - livestock judging contests, etc. Equestrian Science - study of / working with horses. Biology classes - although it may be dissecting dead animals.
No, amphibians are not mammals. Amphibians and mammals are two of the classes of vertebrate animals, which include amphibians, mammals, birds, reptiles and fish. These classes contain all of the vertebrate animal species on Earth. There are other kinds of animals called invertebrates, which comprise several classes.
No. Family is a few ranks below Class - in Classes, there are Orders, and in Orders there are Families. So animals of different Classes can never be in the same Family.
well in the animal kingdom there is a lot of different species and classes so the species and classes in the kingdom have different enviroments:)
Mammals and birds are the two classes of animals that are endothermic. The term 'endothermic' is the biological term for an animal that is warm-blooded.
animal science, canine science, or any class that as to do with animals or working with animals...
No, animals of the same genus have the same Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, and Family.
I've been around animals all my life and I didn't take any classes.
Animals with an articulated - jointed or segmented - body and limbs. The insects, arachnids, and crustaceans are the phylum's most important classes.
mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians are the five most known
Arthropoda is further divided into classes such as insecta and crustacea. It is important to divide these catagories of animals so that scientists can understand them better. If arthropoda was not divided into classes it would not be very organized. After all, both butterflies and crabs are arthropods and these are very different animals. Wikipedia has a great article about the huge diversity in arthropoda.