What are the 6 kindgoms?
Archaebacteria, Plants, , Protists, Fungi, Eubacteria and Animals
There were originally 5 kingdoms. Then, scientists discovered that there are actually 6. The original 5 kindgoms are Moneran, Protista, Fungi, Plante, (Plants) and Animalia (Animals). Scientists decided to split the Moneran kingdom into two different parts, those parts are Archae Bacteria and EuBacteria. So now, there are indeed 6 kingdoms in our world.
Animals are their own kingdom. Here is the hierarchy of biology: Life Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species There are six kindgoms, Plantae, Animalia, Fungi, Bacteria, Protista, and Archaea. I think what you're trying to ask is how many phyla are in the kingdom "animalia". There are approximately thirty-five phyla in the animal kingdom,.
All kingdoms located in West Africa were major traders of gold; furthermore, these kingdoms involved: The Ghana kingdom, which was eventually converted into Islam; The Mali kingdom, which supported the Islamic system; and The Songhay kingdom, which refused to follow Islam ( until the 16th century CE). These were the three major kindgoms that ruled West Africa in the past. However, there are still other kindoms, such as, the Kongo, Ethopia, Swahili Coast, and Yoruba.
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