Bacteria is an organisms in the prokaryote phyla, they have no true nucleus, instead they have a nucleoid region. These organisms have a simple structure and are not as complex as eukaryotes. Bacteria has an outer wall and a flagella. These organisms reproduce asexually through binary fission. Bacteria is one of the largest domain in the prokaryote phyla. The image shown shows a old and rotten strawberry after days of being outside. Bacteria has gotten into the fruit and is slowly acting as a predator to consume other organisms. These bacterial predators attach to its prey and digest and absorb its nutrients.