What group of animals does baboons belong to?
what ocean animals belong to the cetacca group
Insects belong to the group anthropoid which is a group in the animal. But insects are not called animals. Insects don't belong to an animal group. They aren't called animals. :)
A group of baboons can be called a congress. Sorry, this is a fallacy started by a chain email a few years ago, the correct collective noun for Baboons is a troop. Partially correct: a group of baboons can be EITHER a troop or a CONGRESS ! Yes it is called a congress!
The group of animals that the grasshoppers belong to are the orthoptera. Other insects in this group are locusts, katydids, and crickets.
A Penguin belong to the group of birds
group of animals belong to invertabrates?
A group of monkeys can be in a troop, like baboons and langurs. Also, this kind of group is called a "troop", not a "troupe".
A group of baboons is a 'troop.'
A group of baboons is called a troop.
Trilobites belong to a large group of animals known as Arachnomorpha under Subphylum Schizoramia of the Phylum Arthropoda.
That would depend on what you mean by 'group.' Here is the taxonomy of the rattlesnakes:Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Suborder: Serpentes Family: Viperidae Subfamily: Crotalinae
They belong to the mammal group.I think.
They belong to the arthropod family
Lizards belong to the Reptiles group of animals.
Insects belong to the group anthropoda which is a group in the animalia. But insects are not called animals. Insects don't belong to an animal group. They aren't animals. That's y they R called insects.
It is an animal that belongs to the mammal group.
None, a group of Baboons is called a Troop.
Lobsters belong to the Phylum: Anthropoda Class:Malacostraca Subphylum:Crustacea
they belong to vertebrate's. If you want to learn more they are mammals.
Invertabres (animals without backbones)
Alligators are reptiles.
Hamster are rodents.
Newts are amphibians
Silverfish are insects.
food from animals
dinosaurs where reptiles
The collective nouns for baboons is a congress, a rumpus, or a tribe of baboons.
A group of baboons is a troop or a flange.
Hippos belong to a group of animals called pachyderms, which include elephants, rhinoceroses, tapirs, and ironically: manatees and dugongs.
There are many different groups a giraffe can be said to belong to. It does not have a specific taxonomic group, but it can be grouped with mammals, with vertebrates, with herbivores, with ungulates, with African animals, with land animals, etc.
No, a group of baboons is called a Congress. parliament would be the legislature of great britain
Hmm..None that I've heard of; a group of baboons is a congress of baboons though.
In terms of numbers, most animals belong to the arthropod phylum, which includes insects and spiders, and other animals with exoskeletons and jointed appendages.
Deuterostomes - vertebrates - birds.
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Rats are in the rodent family.
EQUINE, MAMMAL. HERBIVORE.
I think a group of baboons is called a "congress" seriously!!
They are in the mammals group, in the animal kingdom. They are also big cats.
Scientists classify animals so that scientists know what family or group animals belong in .
No. The collective noun for a group of baboons is a 'troup.' Just a pedantic nitpick but the spelling is Troop.
The praying mantis belongs to a group of animals called Ortoptera. Other animals that are part of this group are grasshoppers, crickets, and cockroaches.