how long has archaebacteria been on earth? how long has archaebacteria been on earth?
6 billion years
The answer is Archaea trust me i have been looking it up
According to the books archaebacteria was thought to be the first living being existing when the earth was cooling down initially. they were the methanogenic, thermophillic and most chiefly were anaerobic. Would these characteristics have been helped the earth to create its present environment?
their contribution on earth was to keep earth clean in a way.
Archaebacteria are some of the oldest organisms living on Earth. They are considered simple because of their external body structure.
If you've ever been to Yellowstone national park in Utah, you've seen Archaebacteria, mostly in the boiling water and mud-pots. They enjoy (by which I mean survive) extremely hot, sulfuric, moist areas.
they have been on the earth for along time
Archaebacteria are unicellular prokaryotes that are the oldest living organisms on Earth. Some characteristics include survival in oxygen-free environments, being extremophiles and reproduction is asexual.
forever it was on earth when the earth was made
They have been on earth since 190 million years ago.
for as long as it has had continents
A very long time.