Organisms live all over the planet, in no specific place.
I've absolutely no idea for certain but as the planet is 2 thirds seas and oceans that's where i'd guess the most will be found
Most organisms in the rainforest live in the trees.
in the deciduous forest biome :)add. don't forget the oceanic bioeme, the grasslands, and the conifers.
The air. Most organisms live in the air! others live in food and on your feet!!
Everybody loves dolphins.
It is highly unlikely that anything lives on Eris.
Mars is considered the planet most likely to have living organisms because astronomers and scientists think that there is liquid water beneath Mars's crust.
Protists are a group that contains many different organisms that live in almost any environment on the planet.
Most organisms need - A place to live & - Raw materials To survive
Most certainly ! What planet did you have in mind ?
breathing is important because many organisms need to breath to be able to live like all life on this planet
On the planet Earth
The inner or terrestrial planet that we could most likely live on is Earth. Mars would be a far distant second.
Unsure by many of the organisms were wiped out but probably Asia
No because Jupiter's planet was not meant to let any type of living organisms live on it.
the most common are all the organisms that live there because of how they affect where the other organisms live and everything they do.
Algae and other tiny organisms that live in water are classified as protists. Most of these organisms are photosynthetic and are the primary producers in their ecosystems.