Georgia Wildlife Web
Animal classification is very important to understanding animals. Animals are arranged into groups based on shared traits. This helps people understand complex relationships among organisms. To learn more about the development of classification and more about the arrangements, visit our Classification of Animals page.
Did you know Georgia is divided into six regions? They are the Upper Coastal Plain, Lower Coastal Plain, Piedmont Region, Blue Ridge Region, Ridge and Valley Region, and the Appalachain Plateau. You can learn about each one on our Regions of Georgia page.
You have probably heard of animal conservation. Some organisms are considered endangered, threatened, or rare. To learn more about each status and how animals are classified, visit our Conservation Status page.