This example of an animal phylogenetic tree is known as the "tree of life," It is an improved understanding of an old concept that says life progresses from lower to higher tiers like a ladder, referred to as the Great Chain of Being. A branching phylogenetic tree composed of a paleontological chart is represented by early perceptions, outlines, and sketches. The geological associations and correlations between plants and animals were primarily indicated. Nodes are the tips of these branches or the point where all of these branches come together. There are two types of nodes within nodes: "internal" and "external." Internal Nodes are meant to connect components, whereas External Nodes are the angles that connect Taxa. Go ahead and start using EdrawMax to create phylogenetic trees for your class.