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How Do Members of Kingdom Plantae Differ from Members of the Other Kingdoms of Eukarya?

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The planet Earth is made up of a few different kingdoms. These kingdoms are plantae, animilia, fungi, monera, and protista. The plantae kingdom consists of living plants. The members of kingdom plantae differ from members of the other kingdoms of eukarya because they are the only member that produces its own food and stays in one place. Some of the other members of the kingdom move around and have to find their food for themselves.
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