Animilia Kingdom - Animals

Animals are multicellular organisms composed of eukaryotic cells. The cells are organized into tissues and lack cell walls. They do not carry out photosynthesis and obtain nutrients primarily by ingestion. Examples include sponges, worms, insects, and vertebrates.

Information about the classification of animals is provided by University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Animal Diversity Web.

Links for each species will display information about each resident species observed at Wildcat Bluff Nature Center.

 

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