Check out PZ Myer's "radical" tree of life [Radial tree of life].
Why is this tree "radical"1? Because it completely misrepresents the relative importance of animals. Bacteria are relegated to insignificant status when, in fact, the diversity among bacteria is every bit as great as the diversity within eukarotes. Protists are grossly underrepresented as well.
This is a tree for those people who think that humans and other animals should be much more important than they are. One word for that is "radical" but I can think of many others. I'm surprised at PZ for using this tree. That's not at all like him.
1. PZ says it's a "radial" tree, not a "radical" tree.
[Tree Source: David M. Hillis, Derrick Zwickl, and Robin Gutell, University of Texas]