The paramecium belongs to Kingdom Protista. The protists are single-celled organisms that have membrane-bound structures called organelles. Many protists live in watery environments. The paramecium moves around water usi... More »

Paramecia belong to the phylum Protozoa, which falls into the kingdom Protista. Paramecia are considered free-ranging protozoans that are generally very small in size. There are eight species of paramecium, which vary in... More »

Examples from the kingdom Protista include paramecium, amoebas and plasmodium vivax. These protists are considered more animal-like. Protists that are plant-like include dinoflagellates, euglena, chlamydomonas and ulva. ... More »

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 »

Euglena belongs to the Kingdom Protista. It is a genus of single-celled flagellates. Euglena are the best known organisms in the Euglenophyta Phylum. More »

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 »

According to Georgia State University, all organisms in the animal kingdom have six common characteristics, including being multicellular, heterotrophic and mobile at some life-cycle stage. They also include sexual repro... More »