The tree of life
When I was young, we learned that the taxonomic kingdoms were animal, plant, bacteria, fungi, and protists. I always did have a suspicion that the latter was sort of a catch-all. Biologists reviewing now available genomic data have made another cut at taxonomy from the top down. Their result is shown in the figure below. Of course, most of this tree concerns the diversity of microorganisms. Almost every visible plant and animal, what people normally think of as the biological world, is off in the lower right branch. Mushrooms excepted.