What kingdom does an elephant in?
An elephant is in the Kingdom Animalia.
'Elephant' is a Family of organisms rather than a single species. Kingdom - Animalia, Phylum - Chordata, Class - Mammalia, Order - Proboscidea, Family - Elephantidae, Everything within this family is an 'elephant'. You've then got the Genus Elephas for Asian Elephants, Elephas maximus indicus (subspecies) is the Indian Elephant, the most commonly known. There is also the Genus Loxodonta, the African Elephant, aka Loxodonta africana kingdom- Animalia phylum- Chordata class- Mammalia order- Proboscidae family…
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Yes it confirmed there will be another season THE ELEPHANT PRINCESS Series 2 - 26 x half hour live action • series - AUD 12.5m Follow Alex, Kuru and Anala the magical elephant on another series of adventures through the mystical Kingdom of Manjipoor. in an article it says it will be coming in autumn 2010
All elephants are in Family: Elephantidae. However, a "scientific name" is the genus and species. African Bush Elephants, African Forest Elephants and Asian Elephants each have their own scientific names. Even the extinct North African Elephant has a scientific name. Kingdom: Animal Phylum: Chordate Subphylum: Vertebrate Class: Mammal Order: Proboscidea Family: Elephantidae - African Bush Elephant - Loxodonta africana - African Forest Elephant - Loxodonta cyclotis - Asian Elephant - Elephas maximus - North African…
No, the elephant certainly did NOT evolve from manatees. After the first common ancestor mutated, it eventually changed into the five kingdoms. Although sharing the same Kingdom, elephants are not related to manatees closely enough for there to be any mutation. Such a large mutation is not yet possible for organisms other than bacteria, such as AIDS.