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Kingdom animalia  is classified on the basics of body dierentiation ,body cavity,bilaterally symmetrical ,segmented,triploblastic ,segmented.
kingdom animalia have phylum 
1 *phylum porifera they pocess cellular level organisation.some tissue
* they have holes in there body.
*they are also called sponges.
*the body design of these animals involves minimal differentiation.
*non mortal animals attacted to sme solid support.
*water driven tube system for transportation of food and water.
*they are marine .
*eg spongilla
2* phylum coelenterates pocess tissue level  organisation.
*they body has a single opening.
*the body design of these animals show more differentiation.
*some of them are colonies while others are free living.

*eg hydra
3 * phylm platyhelminthens pocess triploblastic
*more complexily designed
*bilaterally symmetrical
*dorso ventrally flattened
*no true internal body cavity
* called flat worms
*mostly parasitic some are free living.
eg flat worms 
4 *nametoda they are bilaterally symmetrical
* no bdy cavity
*eg ascaris
5 *phylum annelia have true body cavity
*the exceretory organ called nephridia
*resiration through skin
* bilaterally symmetry 
eg earthworm
6 phylum arthropoda is largest group
*bilaterally symmetical
*open circulatory system
*joined legs
*eg spider
7 mollusca has open circulatory system
*kidney like structure
*foot like structure for movement
*bilaterally symmetrical
*not  colemate
eg octupus
8 echinodermata echino means hedgehg derma means skin
*spiny skinned organism
*these body is cvered with hard calicum carbonate
*bilaterally symmterical
*pecuilar water driven system
eg star ish
9 protochondata hae notochord
*bilaterally symmterical
eg balanoglossus
10 vertebrates 

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Archaebacteria: The microbe surviving in a hot springEubacteria: The bacteria growing on your skinProtista: An amoeba you might find in pond waterFungi: The mushroom you put in your saladPlantae: The spider plant sitting on your deskCharacteristics of Animalia Kingdom
It's hard to imagine that a sponge attached to a rock and a lion are in the same kingdom, but they share certain characteristics that land them together. For instance, creatures in the Animalia Kingdom are:
Multicellular, which means that they are made up of more than one cell. Some members of other kingdoms are just made up of one cell, like bacteria or amoeba.Heterotrophic, which means they have to get their own food. Plants are autotrophic because they make their own food through photosynthesis. Because they cannot make their own food, members of the Animalia Kingdom must ingest, or eat, other organisms.Eukaryotes: this is the type of cells animals have. Eukaryote cells are more complex than the simpler prokaryote cells found in bacteria.The Animalia Kingdom is a diverse group of organisms that share certain characteristics (we'll get to that shortly). Some members of this kingdom seem like they would fit in elsewhere, like sponges or coral. The Animalia Kingdom is the largest of all kingdoms with more than one million species!
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