Animal, Plant, Fungi, Protists, Eubacteria, and Archebacteria.
Animal, Plant, Fungi, Protozoan, Monera, Bacteria.
No, its an insect - it has 6 legs and lays eggs.
Animals, Plants, Protists, Monerans, Fungi, Bacteria
The six kingdoms are * Animal * Plant * Fungi * Protist * Archbacteria * Euebacteria (I don't know if I got the spelling right on the bacteria groups, so you might want to check)
The 6 kingdoms are Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Plantae, Animalia, Fungi and Protista.
There are 6 living kingdoms.
6 kingdoms: Plants, Animals ,Fungi, Protists,Archae, and Eubacteria. :)>
the 6 kingdoms are jamacia carribean england antigua france asia
At the point I only know five that I have learned from my science teacher.The five kingdoms in order are:MoneraProtistaFungiPlantAnimalThese are the five I know at the point.
The correct term is "What kingdom do horses belong to?" There are 6 kingdoms, animalia, plants, protists, archea, bacteria, and fungi. A horse is an animal, so it belongs in ANIMALIA.
The kingdoms are Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia
3 domains and 6 kingdoms
The 6 Kingdoms are catorgorized because the kingdoms have even smaller parts to them. Scientists don't want to have a bunch of little kingdoms and parts of kingdoms, so they catorgorize them.
if you mean the subkingdoms of the animal kingdom then they are: 1.Eumetazoa 2.Parazoa if you mean the kingdoms of biology then they are: 1.Bacteria 2.Protozoa3.Chromista 4.Fungi 5.Plantae6.Animalia (Protozoa and Chromista can be combined as one group, Protista.)
The 6 kingdoms of all livinf things are, Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Anamalia
False there are 6 kingdoms protista(or protist) plantae(or plant) animalia(or animal) archaebacteria eubacteria and fungi
There are not 5 kingdoms, there are 6. Archaebacteria, Protists, Eubacteria, animals, plants, and fungi
6 kingdoms but only 5 are important....so the world is divided into 5 kingdoms
plants, animals, monera, protists, fungi there are only 5 kingdoms
because the five kingdoms have been split up in to 5 very vague categories, and are able to explain all of the following five kingdoms,