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Earth is teeming with life. The table below gives a brief overview of life on Earth, catagorized the way biologists catagorize life on Earth.
The Animal Kingdom
is multi-cellular and complex
The Monera Kingdom
is procaryotic; unicellular, no membrane-bound organelle nor nuclei.
The Plant Kingdom
varies from multi-cellular to eucaryotic; unicellular, with membrane-bound organelle and nuclei
The Protista Kingdom
Protists can be unicellular, multicellular or colonial. Some move around and act like animals, others perform photosynthesis like plants
The Fungi Kingdom
resembles animals; cannot make its own food through photosynthesis; consumes organic matter.
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