A living thing. Animals include many-celled organisms and many of the single-celled ones (as protozoans) that typically differ from plants in having cells without cellulose walls, lacking chlorophyll and the capacity for photosynthesis, requiring more complex food materials (as proteins), and being organized to a greater degree of complexity. Animals also typically the capacity for spontaneous movement and rapid motor responses to stimulation.

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