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1: domains


3: Archea are a group of single celled organisms. Archea are particular numerous in the ocean | A single species from this domain is called an Archean initially they were thought to live in extreme conditions like salt lakes and hot springs

4: Bacteria

5: Prokaryote unicellular organisms Can live anywhere TONS of bacteria

6: Eukarya

7: Unicellular (like protists) multicellular (animal, plant and fungi) arose from the first prokaryotic organisms more that 1.7 billion years ago

10: Monerans

11: one celled organisms no cell membrane around the nucleus reproduce by cell division absorb nutrients from outside their bodies

12: Protists

13: diverse group of eukaryotic organisms either single cellular, or multicellular with no specialized tissues live in just about any environment that contains water


15: have a cell wall multicellular have chloroplasts in their cells

16: Animals

17: Multicellular organisms Eukaryotic many different classifications of animals

18: Fungi

19: Have cell walls. examples of fungi's are yeasts and molds

22: Fish

23: cold blooded live in water most have gills that they breathe through, and usually they are covered in scales

24: birds

25: birds are warm blooded and all have wings. however not all can fly. They also lay fragile eggs, breathe with lungs and are feathered.

26: Mammals


28: Monotremes

29: the most primitive mammals still alive they lay eggs some examples of monerans are the duck-billed platypus and the echidnas

30: Marsupials

31: Mammals that have a pouch and carry their young in the pouch. the young emerge and crawl to the pouch to get nursed with milk. kangaroos are examples of marsupials

32: placental mammals

33: mammals in which the fetus is attached to the wall of the uterus and nourish through the placenta. placental mammals include humans.

34: Anphibians

35: cold blooded, skin is moist, the young breathe with gills, the old breathe with lungs. Lay soft, jelly like eggs in water.Some examples are frogs, toads, salamander, and newts.

36: Reptiles

37: cold blooded animals breathe with lungs. skin usually have plates or scales snakes, turtles, and lizards are examples of reptiles

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