They have warm blood, some sort of body fur, suckle young and give birth to live young. Includes: Dolphins, Elephants, Lions and monkeys.
They have cold blood, usually have scales and lay eggs. Includes: Snakes, Lizards and Tortoise's
They are warm blooded, have feathers, lay eggs and most can fly. Includes: Penguins, Ostriches, doves and magpies.
They are cold blooded, have moist skin, lay eggs and can live on both land and water. Includes: Frogs, Toads and salamanders.
They are cold blooded, have scales, lay eggs and cannot breath air. Includes: Sharks, eels and Tropical fish.
There are six: Amphibians, birds, fish, insects, mammals and reptiles.
An echidna is on the five cent coin.
They are a domesticated herd animal, so they live in groups. Whether they like it is a difficult question.
Chachalacas are one of the groups of cracid birds.
The lynx is generally a solitary animal.
Scientists classify vertebrate into different groups by the way the animal looks or how big or small it is
There isn't, a Rottweiler is 1 or the FIVE classification groups. The Rotweiler is the Animal out of the five.
The animal kingdom is divided into five groups for classification purposes. They are called Ctenophora, Porifera, Placozoa, Cnidaria, and Bilateria.
Bacteria is a monera. Monera is one of the five groups of living things.
You will have four in each of the five groups.
Two groups of five is ten
Mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and fish are the five groups of animals.
The vertebrates are further divided into five groups or classes.
I belive that's all of the groups... ----
vertebrates and invertebrates
the five groups are:warmbloodedmammals: tigerbirds: bald eaglecoldbloodedreptiles: komodo dragonamphibians: frogfish: shark