Animal Kingdom may refer to:
- Animal or the kingdom Animalia, a classification of living organisms
- Animal Kingdom (horse), winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby
- Disney's Animal Kingdom, a theme park at Walt Disney World, Florida, U.S.
- Animal Kingdom Resort Area, a group of resorts near the theme park
In performing arts:
- The Animal Kingdom, a 1932 play by Philip Barry
- The Animal Kingdom, a 1932 American comedy-drama film based on the play
- Animal Kingdom (film), a 2010 Australian crime film
- Animal Kingdom (band), a UK indie rock band
- Animal Kingdom, a 2008 album by Baseball
- Animal Kingdom, a 2010 album by Raptile
Other articles related to "kingdom, animal kingdom, animals":
... or Daylight Hologram Imaging) day at the Magic Kingdom ... that the characters have begun to be called Kingdom Keepers because of an adopted name given from a local newspaper ... rope from "Wishes" and flies off to the Animal Kingdom ...
... organs, which correspond to those of the male and female in the animal kingdom ... In the animal kingdom, progeny is derived from the mating of different animals of the same breed in the vegetable kingdom the rule is that the seed is produced through the agency of the generative organs growing ... laws as the in-and-in breeding of animals ...
... and her son do not believe that the Whos exist and brand Horton as insane to the entire animal kingdom ... the pleas of Horton, the Vulture sides with the animal kingdom and throws the clover in a meadow with millions of exact copies of clones ... The monkeys, animal kingdom and Kangaroo apologize to Horton and promise to protect the Whos with Horton ending with a line frequently said in the story "A person is a person no ...
... The Animal Kingdom Resort Area includes six resorts located near Disney's Animal Kingdom in the Walt Disney World Resort ...
Famous quotes containing the words animal kingdom, kingdom and/or animal:
“In the animal kingdom, the rule is, eat or be eaten; in the human kingdom, define or be defined.”
—Thomas Szasz (b. 1920)
“She was a child and I was a child,
In this kingdom by the sea,
But we loved with a love that was more than love
I and my Annabel Lee
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven
Coveted her and me.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)
“Not only does every animal live at the expense of some other animal or plant, but the very plants are at war.... The individuals of a species are like the crew of a foundered ship, and none but good swimmers have a chance of reaching the land.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)