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One group of bacteria, originally called archaebacteria (ancient bacteria), seemed especially unusual. Archaebacteria, or archaeans, as most biologists now refer to them, often live in extreme environARCHAEA ments—very hot or salty places— Magnification: 29 000ϫ such as the Grand Prismatic Spring (left) in Yellowstone National Park. In 1996, researchers sequenced the archaean genome and discovered that these tiny cells are as different from bacteria as you are. A sixth kingdom was formed. GRAND PRISMATIC SPRING, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK WOESE’S SYSTEM DOMAIN DOMAIN DOMAIN Bacteria Archaea Eukarya KINGDOM KINGDOM KINGDOMS Eubacteria Animalia Archaebacteria Plantae Fungi Protista DOMAINS The discovery of the nature of Archaea led C.

THE SIXTH KINGDOM In the 1970s, genetic tests showed that members of the kingdom Monera were far more diverse than anyone had suspected. One group of bacteria, originally called archaebacteria (ancient bacteria), seemed especially unusual. Archaebacteria, or archaeans, as most biologists now refer to them, often live in extreme environARCHAEA ments—very hot or salty places— Magnification: 29 000ϫ such as the Grand Prismatic Spring (left) in Yellowstone National Park. In 1996, researchers sequenced the archaean genome and discovered that these tiny cells are as different from bacteria as you are.

2 JOURNAL WRITING Research social behavior in insects and write a short essay to present to the class. 1083 (t)Robert & Linda Mitchell, (c)Nigel Cattlin/Holt Studios/Photo Researchers, (b)Mark M. Moffett The ornithischians were the grazers of the Mesozoic Era. The ornithischians had diverse adaptations for eating plants and for defending themselves against their predatory relatives. EDMONTOSAURUS Dinosaurs HYPSILOPHODON FOCUSON Dinosaurs ruled the world for 130 million years, throughout the Mesozoic Era.

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