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Kingdom Protista includes mostly unicellular, eukaryotic life forms that behave similar to animals, plants and fungi based upon how the organisms obtain nutrition from their environment. These creatures do not fit into o... More »

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Three interesting facts about the Kingdom Protista are that all members are eukaryotic, they are not plants, animals or fungi and they are usually single celled. Living things that do not fit into any other Kingdom are c... More »

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According to the University of Colorado, organisms in the phylum Protazoa are the animal-like members of Kingdom Protista. These organisms are mostly single-celled, although there are several multicellular protist specie... More »

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