The 6 Kingdoms
  1. Fungi- Fungi can either be unicellular or multicellular, and are eukaryotic. In addition, fungi are heterotrophic. An example of fungi could be mushrooms.
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  2. Plants- Plants are multicellular, and are eukaryotic. Also, they are autotrophic, and an example of a plant could be a flower.
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  3. Animals- Animals are multicellular. Also, they are eukarotic, and heterotrophic. An example of an animal could be a bear.
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4. Archaebacteria- Archaebacteria is unicellular, prokaryotic and are heterotrophic. They are asexual and survive in extreme envirments.

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5. Protists- Protists are unicellular, and they are eukaryotic. In addition, they are heteroptrophic or autotrophic, and one example of it is protozoa.
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6. Eubacteria- Eubacteria is unicellular and is prokaryotic. Also, they are heterotrophic, and they are all common.
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