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For other uses, see Animal (disambiguation).

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Animals
Temporal
range: Cryogenian Present, 670
0Ma

Had'n

Archean

Proterozoic

Pha.

Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota

(unranked): Unikonta

(unranked): Opisthokonta

(unranked): Holozoa

(unranked): Filozoa

Kingdom: Animalia
Linnaeus, 1758

Phyla

Ausia (incertae sedis)

Chancelloriidae (incertae
sedis)

Cloudinidae (incertae
sedis)

Sinotubulites (incertae
sedis)

Subkingdom Parazoa

Porifera

Placozoa

Subkingdom Eumetazo
a

Radiata (unranke
d)
Cnidaria

Ctenophora

Trilobozoa

Bilateria (unranke
d)

Xenacoelom
orpha

Kimberella

Proarticulata

Nephrozoa (
unranked)

Super
phylum Deutero
stomia

A
mbulacraria


Echinodermat
a


Hemichordata


Cambroernida

C
hordata


Cephalochord
ata


Leptocardii


Metaspriggi
na


Pikaiidae


Olfactores


Craniata


Tunicata


Burykhi
a


Yarnemi
a


Myllokunmingi
a

Palaeospondy
lus


Vetulicolia


Zhongxiniscus

S
accorhytida

Proto
stomia (unranke
d)

S
uperphylum E
cdysozoa


Chaetognatha[
1]


Cycloneuralia


Nematoida


Nemato
da


Nemato
morp
ha


Scalidopho
ra


Kinorhy
ncha


Loricifer
a


Priapuli
da

Panarthropoda


Tactopoda


Arthrop
oda


Tardigra
da


Onychopho
ra

S
piralia (unrank
ed)


Orthonectida


Superphylum
Platyzoa


Gnathifera


Synder
mata


Acan
th
o
c
e
p
h
al
a


Rotif
er
a

Gnathos
tomul
ida


Microgn
athoz
oa


Cycliophor
a


Rouphozoa


Gastrotr
icha


Platyhel
minth
es

S
uperphylum L
ophotrochozo
a


Dicyemida


Entoprocta

Lophophorata


Bryozoa


Brachiozoa


Brachio
poda


Phoroni
da


Tommoti
id


Hyolitha

Nemertea

Neotrochozoa


Annelida


Sipuncu
la [2]

Mollusca


Halkieria


Namacalathus


Odontogriphu
s


Orthrozanclus


Wiwaxia

Tullimonstru
m
An animal is any member of a group of biological organisms classified
in taxonomy as the kingdom Animalia, based on certain shared
characteristics. They are multicellular, eukaryotic organisms. They are motile,
meaning they can move spontaneously and independently at some point in
their lives. Their body plan eventually becomes fixed (stable) as they develop,
although some undergo a process of metamorphosis later in their lives. All
animals are heterotrophs: they must ingest other organisms or their products
for sustenance.