Bacteria types Y

Archea bacteria live in extreme envirnments

They are exremeophile, prokaryote, unicellular, heterotroph, autotroph, some can move and others cant

Eubacteria lack a nuclei

They are prokaryote, they are unicellular, heterotroph, autotroph, some can move and other cant

Protista are single celled, eukaryote, unicellular, hetertrophic, autotrophic, some can move and others cant

Fungi cannot escape predators, they are eukaryote, unicellular, hetertrophic, autotrophic, some can move and others cant

Plantae make their own food, they are eukaryote, unicellular, heterotroph, autotroph, and they cant move

Animalia can escape predators, they are eukaryote, multicellular, heterotroph, some cant move and others can

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Created with images by brian.gratwicke - "Hotspring" • geralt - "koli bacteria escherichia coli bacteria" • James St. John - "Porites astreoides (mustard hill coral) (San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 11" • Tim Green aka atoach - "Fungus" • Bluesnap - "pink periwinkle flower pink" • James St. John - "Model of Xiphactinus sp. (fossil fish) (Niobrara Formation, Upper Cretaceous; western Kansas, USA) 8"

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