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Types of Kingdoms

Animalia
Animalia

The Animalia Kingdom is the largest of all kingdoms with more than one million species! Before we delve into the Animalia Kingdom, let's briefly look at the other kingdoms so you have a basis for comparison. Here is a list of the five other kingdoms with one example organism (but there are many more that could go in each group).

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Fungi
Fungi

The organisms in kingdom fungi include mushrooms, yeasts, molds, rusts, smuts, puffballs, truffles, morels, and molds. More than 70,000 species of fungi have been identified. T he fungi constitute and independent group to that of plants and animals.

Plantae
Plantae

The Kingdom Plantae contains about 300,000 different species of plants. Among the five kingdoms, Kingdom plantae is a very important, as they are the source of food for all other living creatures present on planet earth, which depends on plants to survive.

Prokaryotae
Prokaryotae

Prokaryotae. Prokaryote is a kingdom, or division, in the classification scheme devised for all life on Earth. This kingdom, which is also designated as Monera, includes all bacteria and blue-green algae (which are also called Cyanobacteria). There are four other kingdoms in the classification system.

Protoctista
Protoctista

Kingdom Protista contains the protists, or all the organisms that do not fit into the other kingdoms of life. Protists can be heterotrophic or autotrophic, mobile or immobile, single-celled or multi-celled, solo or a member of a colony.

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