Algae belongs to four different kingdoms, including the kingdom bacteria, kingdom plantae, kingdom protista and kingdom chromista. The classification of algae depends on its features. More »

Lichens may belong to one, two, or all three of the following kingdoms: Fungi, Protista and Monera. Lichens are groups of multiple organisms, which may occur in the forms of fungi, protists and monerans. Although they sh... More »

An amoeba belongs to the kingdom called Protista. Its species is Amoeba proteus. Amoebas are unicellular organisms found mainly at the bottom of water bodies and near decaying vegetation. However, amoebas also exist insi... More »

Sponges belong to the kingdom Animalia and phylum Porifera. Although commonly mistaken for plants, they are actually living creatures found in oceans, seas and rivers around the world. More »

Coral polyps, the organisms responsible for constructing reefs, are related to sea anemones and jellyfish, thus placing them under the kingdom Animalia. The base of the coral polyp features its protective limestone skele... More »

The kingdom Plantae includes all land plants, mosses, flowering plants, ferns and so on. With an excess of 250,000 plant species, the kingdom Plantae is the second largest family of organisms. Only the Arthropoda family ... More »

Water snails are herbivores whose diets consist of algae and other forms of vegetation. Both in captivity and the in the wild, water snails adapt their diets to eat nearly any type of vegetation or micro-organism that is... More »