The question of biology. A dog to which Klaus-Family-Vida belongs? And why?
- The subspecies of the wolf
- All our domestic dogs, despite their differences, belong to the same species - the Dog. Near-animal species of animals are united in a special group, called genus. For example, the species Dog and the species Wolf are referred to the genus Wolf. If the species of animals in nature does not have a closely related species similar to it, it is still singled out as an independent genus. Close, similar genera of animals belong to the same family. For example, the genus Wolf and genus Raccoon dog are part of the Wolf family, which also includes the genus Lisitsa and the genus Pisets.
Close, similar families are united in a detachment, detachments into a class, classes into a type, types into a sub-kingdom, sub-kingdoms into a kingdom. Thus, the wolf family is part of the predatory squad, which includes also cat families (for example, cats, lynx, tiger, leopard, lion), cuni (for example, marten, sable, weasel, ferret) and bear (for example, brown bear, white bear). The order of predators is only one of the detachments of a class of mammals, or beasts, feeding juveniles with milk. The mammalian class is a part of the chordate type, all of whose representatives (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, animals) have an internal skeleton - a chord. The type of chordates is only one of the types of sub-kingdom of multicellular animals.
There are only two animal sub-communities: Protozoa, or Unicellular animals, and Multicellular animals.
- like to the class of animals :))) why I do not know)
and Th too lazy to read the paragraph? ? in biology is not something difficult to read once and understood everything)
- Klas-Mammals, View-Wolf, Family-Canine (Canid) .... And on this link you will find the answer why? link blocked by project administration