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    No, bacteria are not classified as animals. Bacteria belong to a separate domain called “Bacteria” or “Prokaryota.” Animals belong to the domain “Eukaryota.” While both bacteria and animals are living organisms, they differ significantly in their cellular structure, mode of reproduction, and metabolism. Bacteria are single-celled organisms that lack a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles, whereas animals are multicellular organisms with complex cellular structures and specialized tissues.

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