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Animal kingdom

The Animal Kingdom is split into several Phyla. Each Phylum group contains organisms that have things in common. Below is a list of some animal Phyla
Chordate Phylum All the animals which have a backbone. Includes
Arthropod Phylum All the "jointed legged" animals. All of these animals have an exoskeleton, meaning the skeleton is on the outside of the body. Include
Mollusk Phylum Soft-bodied animals that sometimes have a hard shell. Includes
Annelid Phylum Segmented worms. Includes
Rotifer Phylum Tiny, microscopic animals with a wheel-shaped mouth and tiny hairs.
Nematode Phylum Very tiny worms with no segments in their bodies. Also called Roundworms.
Tardigrade Phylum Tiny, slow-moving animals with four body segments and eight legs. Includes Water Bears.
Cnidarian Phylum Soft-bodied, jelly-like animals with tentacles and venom glands. Includes
Echinoderm Phylum Often spiny animals, with several "arms" reaching out from the center of its body. Includes
Platyhelminthes Phylum Soft, flat-bodied worms. Includes
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