[Answer] A human is classified in domain _____ and kingdom _____.

Answer: Eukarya … Animalia
A human is classified in domain _____ and kingdom _____.
Human taxonomy is the classification of the human species (systematic name Homo sapiens Latin: “wise man”) within zoological taxonomy. The systematic genus Homo is designed to include both anatomically modern humans and extinct varieties of archaic humans.
Current humans have been designated as subspecies Homo sapiens sapiens differentiated according to some from the direct ancestor Homo sapiens idaltu (with some other research instead classifying idaltu and current humans as belonging to the same subspecies ).
Current humans have been designated as subspecies Homo sapiens sapiens differentiated according to some from the direct ancestor Homo sapiens idaltu (with some other research instead classifying idaltu and current humans as belonging to the same subspecies ). Since the introduction of systematic names in the 18th century knowledge of human evolution has increased drastically and a number of intermediate taxa have been proposed in the 20th and early 21st centuries. The most widely accepted taxonomy grouping takes the genus Homo as originating between two and three million years ago divided into at least two species archaic Homo erectus and modern Homo sapiens with about a dozen further suggestions for species without universal recognition. The genus Homo is placed in the tribe Hominini alongside Pan (chimpanzees). The two genera are estimated to have diverged over an extended time of hybridization spanning roughly 10 to 6 million years ago with possible admixture as late as 4 million years ago. A subtribe of uncertain validity grouping archaic “pre-human” or “para-human” species younger than the Homo-Pan split is Australopithecina (proposed in 1939). A proposal by Wood and Richmond (2000) would introduce Hominina as a subtribe alongside Australopithecina with Homo the only known genus within Hominina. Alternatively following Cela-Conde and Ayala (2003) the “pre-human” or “proto-human” genera of Australopithecus Ardipit… Read more on Wikipedia
In biological taxonomy a domain (Latin: regio ) also superkingdom realm or empire is the highest taxonomic rank of organisms in the three-domain system of taxonomy devised by Carl Woese et al. in 1990. According to this system the tree of life consists of three domains: Archaea Bacteria and Eukarya. The first two are all prokaryotic microorganisms or mostly single-celled organisms whose cells h…
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