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what species is rosie o'donnell

  • person, mammal, eukaryote, chordate, Haplorrhini, vertebrate, primate, hominidae, ape, amniote, deuterostome, tetrapod, Simian, placental mammal, Hominini, Bilateria, Gnathostomata, Eumetazoa, therian, Homininae, Euarchontoglires, Catarrhini, Hominina, Boreoeutheria, Trechnotheria and Neomura.
  • eukaryote
    eukaryote

    Animals, plants, fungi, and protists, eukaryotes, organisms whose cells are organized into complex structures enclosed within membranes

  • Haplorrhini
    Haplorrhini

    haplorrhines, a "dry-nosed" primates, members of the Haplorrhini clade: the prosimian tarsiers and all of the true simians

  • vertebrate
    vertebrate

    Vertebrate (Vertebrates, members of the subphylum Vertebrata, chordates with backbones or spinal columns)

  • primate
    primate

    primate (the biological order including monkeys, apes, lemurs and humans)

  • ape
    ape
    ape

    Ape (Apes, the members of the Hominoidea superfamily of primates, which includes humans)

  • amniote
    amniote

    amniotes, a group of tetrapod vertebrates that include the Synapsida and Sauropsida

  • deuterostome
    deuterostome

    Deuterostome (Deuterostomes, the superphylum of animals)

  • tetrapod
    tetrapod

    Tetrapod (Tetrapods, vertebrate animals having four feet, legs or leglike appendages)

  • Simian
    Simian

    simians, a "higher primates" familiar to most people: the monkeys and the apes, including humans

  • placental mammal
    placental mammal

    placental mammal (a mammal of a family that has placentae; all mammals except monotremes and marsupials)

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