What kingdom is humans in?
According to the science of phylogeny, humans are part of the Animal Kingdom.
Humans are members of the Kingdom: Animalia.
Humans belong in the kingdom Animalia.
The Animals Kingdom
Humans are a part of the kingdom Animalia. However, they are very different and more advanced then other organisms in the kingdom.
Because humans are living.
Humans..perhaps all humans
The humans belong to the homonids.
Humans belong to the kingdom animalia. All life in this kingdom are considered animals including humans
Most humans act as agents of the dark kingdom. Just like there agents of the kingdom of light.
There is no such thing as "the human kingdom", humans and animals are in the animalia kingdom. Actually, this is right. There is not an official Human Kingdom, but humans do have their place. We are Homo Sapiens, which means "wise man", compared to our large brain.
Human beings are classified in kingdom Animalia.
Animalia is the Kingdom of organisms humans belong to!
according to five kingdom classification system, humans are placed in kingdom animalia because human poccess the properties of that kingdom.. as they cannot manufacture their own food (heterotrophs),and have the ability of locomotion and their mode of nutrition is ingestion....
Humans are members of the Animal Kingdom if that is what you meant by your question.
Animalia as man possess all characters of kingdom.
Human beings are classified as members of the animal kingdom.
Humans are in the animal kingdom, the mammal phylum, and the primate order.
There really isn't a "human kingdom". We humans are apart of the animal kingdom since we are mammals.
No, they are part of the animal kingdom.
All humans belong to the Animal kingdom in the Eukarya domain.
The animal kingdom.
Humans are a part of the kingdom Animalia, which falls under the domain Eukaryota.
Humans belong to the mammal group because humans and mammals give milk to there young and they have fur
The Mammal kingdom
Same kingdom as humans. Invertebrates phylum of Echinoderms, specific Asteroidea.
All mammals, including humans, are considered to be part of the animal kingdom.
Alligators are part of Kingdom Animalia, along with humans, ticks, jellyfish, llamas and snails.
The highest level is kingdom. Humans belong to the animal kingdom.
Yes, they are.
They are both in the Animal kingdom.
If there were no humans, there would be no economy. There is no example of trade in the animal kingdom.
No, veterinarians are prohibited by law from treating humans.
Humans are part of the kingdom Animalia. Animals are distinguished by motility, lack of cell walls, and passing through the blastula stage. They are also eukaryotic, multicellular, and heterotrophic.
Humans (Homo sapiens) are in the genus Homo, the kingdom Animalia and the domain Eukaryota.
Taxonomically, pigs belong to Kingdom Animalia, same as sea urchins and humans.
Lemurs and humans are both found in the Order Primates.
Animals (that includes humans)
Amphibians are part of the kingdom Animal. Same worms and humans. To narrow it down, they are part of the Phylum Chordate.
mammal, rational biped
Humans. were part of the animalia kingdom
Of course. Every living thing has a common ancestor. Humans and flies are both in the animalia kingdom.
Stealing was invented by humans. Although stealing is practiced throughout the animal kingdom, humans had the wherewithal to name it and categorize it.
They are both from the kingdom Animalia and the phylum Chordata
Our DNA is linked to that of animals. Hope I helped :)
answer is in the questin you can use trolls insted of humans.
The Study Of The Different Body Parts And Organs Of Humans With Regards To Similarities And Differences Of Other Animals In The Animal Kingdom Is
Humans have identified around 2,000,000 different species of animals, the most populated in species of any kingdom.
because they are classified as mammals and mammals are in the animalia (animal) kingdom Like it or not we humans are animals. We are not single celled organisms, our cells cannot produce our own food, and we do not produce spores and feed off the nutrients we get out of decaying matter.