What is the taxonomy of a turtle?


btw, dont answer something if u dont know how to answer it. A turtle's taxonomy is how it is classed. It is in the kingdom of amphibians. The phylum of chordata. The class of reptilia. The order of tustudines. The family of Cheloniidae, which are sea
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Testudines
Turtles are unmistakable. Their shells set them apart from all other animals, and render them perhaps the most anatomically interesting of vertebrates. The shell is not an exoskeleton, as some people mistakenly... More »
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The word cheloniid is a noun used in taxonomy that refers to a family of large marine turtles. A variant of this word is Chelonid. All the members of this family ...
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