Domain EukaryaDomain Eukarya has four kingdoms, Fungi, Protista, Plantae, and Animalia. Kingdom
Animalia is the kingdom with all the animals. All of these cells have a nucleus and are eukaryotic.
- All animals are a part of this kingdom.
- Don't have a cell wall
Have bilateral symmetry which means they have a definite right and left side
They have a complete digestive system for eating then pooping out food.
Have a spine maybe with a brain.
Can move because of an internal skeleton.
They have a full digestive system with a liver and a pancreas.
- 3 middle ear bones
- they have hair
- can produce milk by their mammary glands
Paraxonic, which means the axis of the foot is between the third and fourth digits, (toes).
- pair of horns, not on female klipspringers
This contains only the Klipspringer
A Newborn Klipspringer
This is a female baby Klipspringer.
This is two male klipspringers sitting in their rocky outcrove.
This is the Klipspringers area for living. They are mostly in the southeast region of Africa.
Home Area and Geographic Range
Weight, Length, and Height
Fur Be Gone!
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