Kingdoms By Michael H. And dylan a.

Archaebacteria is a cyanobacteria from a primative era that can survive in extreme environments.

Eubacteria is most bacteria that is unicellular and prokaryote.

Protista is made up euglenas, amoebas, puff balls, and many more that is multicellular and prokaryotes, and heterotrophs.

Fungi basically is made up of mushrooms, yeast, puff ball, and more that are multicellular and prokaryotes that are heterotrophs that can not move.

Plantae is made up moss, fern, oak, and many more that are multicellular and prokaryotes and they are autotrophs that cannot move.

Animilia is made up of any insect coral, and any mammal that are multicellular and prokaryotes that are heterotrophs that can move.

Credits:

Created with images by Loimere - "Animal Kingdom" • NOAA Photo Library - "expl2253" • thekirbster - "Nucleus" • James St. John - "Porites astreoides (mustard hill coral) (San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 11" • chapmankj75 - "Fungi" • GLady - "zinnia red flower" • Metassus - "Wolf"

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