What are animals

Asked Dec 08, 2009
Animals are living beings, fauna. You're an animal, I'm an animal, anything that is living, breathing in any way, shape, or form, and is not a plant (flora), is an animal.
Answered Dec 08, 2009
animals are living things. like the cow, goat and some other animals give us milk to drink. the other animals like the lions,cheetas,tigers, just wonder around they dom't help us they harm animals.there calles carnivores. don't get confused with carnivores or omnivores . omnivores are helpful not harmful like the carnivores.
omnivores also can be cats or dogs? did you know that?
Answered Dec 31, 2009
Almost none of this information is correct, I don't even know where to begin. First of all, carnivores are very helpful to an ecosystem. They help to keep things in check, and provide other benefits that vary from animal to animal. Omnivores are animals that eat both meat and plants, and are just as useful as carnivores and herbivores. Furthermore, dogs are not omnivores, they're carnivores (source: http://www.rawfed.com/myths/omnivores.html). Cats are carnivores too (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat). Please consider learning a thing or two before offering advice so you don't fill the world with your fallacies, lies, and ignorance.
Any time mate.
we are animals mammals
Answered Jan 01, 2010
animals are those creatures which cannot talk. some can be pretty and some can be ugly. birds also come in the category oh animals. birds can fly. some animals have 4 legs and some with 2 legs.
Answered Oct 24, 2010
animals are classified into domestic,wild and aquatic animals. we take care of pets, the pets are loosing their freedom,rights. they have rights to live on earth. if we are taking care of a parrot, we are cutting their wings. by this way we are harming them. if there is no animals on earth, the earth looses their beauty.
Answered Oct 28, 2011
Animals are living creatures that can move on their own but cannot speak like humans. Also, they do not have spirits like humans do. A creature is an animal if it is multicellular (it is made up of more than one cell.) Some animals do not look like animals at all, for example a sponge or a sea urchin.
Answered Mar 09, 2013
Who says animals can't speak? E.T., the guy in the photo below never shuts up. He always knows what's going on in the house and what he says is often very relevant to it. This morning I reached for a box of corn flakes and he asked, "Cheerios?" I said, "No corn flakes." He follows up with, "OK, Got some coffee?" (He loves coffee). When I head for the door to come to work he always says, "Be Careful." When people around him laugh, he laughs with them unless it's past his bedtime. Then he tells them, "Time to go to bed!"

Animals are much smarter than we think they are.
Answered Mar 09, 2013
Edited Mar 09, 2013
You are one. Just a bit less evolved.
Answered Aug 14, 2013
mike223 is right :p
Answered Jun 07, 2014
animals are your pet or wild thing like a lion!
Answered Jun 08, 2014

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