animal kingdom

NOUN
  1. taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct animals
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How To Use animal kingdom In A Sentence

  • This relationship between body temperature and the speed of biological processes applies throughout the animal kingdom.
  • Stunning images reveal the daily life-and-death struggles that take place in the animal kingdom. The Sun
  • Norman Solomon: Well, what goes by the term conservative is too often a sort of a euphemism for dog eat dog, whoever comes out on top, we believe in the survival of the fittest – a sort of perversion of Darwinism taken into a social realm, where generally, the predatory nature in the animal kingdom of one category of animal inflicted on another is sort of mimicked and replicated. Failed Conservative Values: Norman Solomon on Dog Eat Dog Greed
  • Molluscs Molluscs belong to the largest phylum in the animal kingdom and are a very varied group of animals.
  • In the animal kingdom intruders usually lose contests over territories.
  • It is possible that the entire animal kingdom is the inevitable by-product of the process.
  • St Francis is a saint normally associated with peaceful, eremetic living and an overwhelming empathy for the animal kingdom. Ruth Gledhill - Times Online - WBLG
  • The circles were full up, and therefore man was not a part of the animal kingdom at all.
  • Such a crude lie can surely be perceived by that genius of the animal kingdom, humans.
  • With man effort not often matched in the animal kingdom, he overcame that considerable obstacle.
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