All animals are motile
There are 200 different species of owls
All animals are multicellular
All animals are heterotrophs
Red kangaroos can jump 3 meters high
Snakes are found on every continent of the world except Antarctica
Its bite causes paralysis and can easily kill an adult human. The bite is so deadly because the octopus has toxic saliva.
Peacocks are ground-feeders
Koalas are often called the koala bears because it looks like a small bear or teddy bear.
Some reproduce asexually and other sexually
Very funny animal
Some plants are asexual while others are sexual
Bluebells are also called ‘fairy flowers.’ According to an old myth fairies used bluebells to lure and trap people passing by in the woods – especially children.
There are around 2000 different species of cactus that differ in size, shape, color and type of habitat.
All plants are autotrophic
Strongylodon macrobotrys, commonly known as jade vine, emerald vine or turquoise jade vine, is a species of leguminous perennial liana.
All plants are multicellular
There are 30 to 50 species of dogwood.
All plants are nonmotile
It takes around 10 days for the Venus flytrap to completely digest an insect and reopen its trap.
Flower colors are purple, lavender, violet, and rarely white
Grandmother willow is a very wise tree
All fungi are heterotrophic
Scientists who specialize in the study of fungi are called mycologists
It is estimated that there are at least 1.5 million different species of fungi
Some fungi are asexual or sexual
All fungi are nonmotile
They do not possess chlorophyll like plants
The top of a mushroom is called the cap. The small plates under the cap are called gills
Some fungi are unicellular or multicellular
Today we get a number of antibiotics from fungi, which helps us to kill bacteria and defended infection
Most of them are harmless to human and some even useful but few of them causes diseases or infections (called Mycosis) in humans
This fungi helps alice
Giardia lamblia is a protist pathogen that causes serious diarrhea.
Composed of a single cell or a colony of similar cells
All protista are asexual
Some protista are autotrophic or heterotrophic
Protists are believed to have paved the way for evolution of early plants
Some protista are unicellular or multicellular
Kingdom Protista are the simplest of the eukaryotes
Protistans are an interesting assemblage of organisms classified for what they are not
Some protista are motile or nonmotile
Many protists act as pathogens to humans
Plankton is a protist