Where can amoeba cells be found?
Amoebas are single-celled organisms that lack a definitive shape. They frequently extend arm-like structures of their cell bodies called pseudopodia. The pseudopodia are only temporary structures.
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Amoeba cells can be found in a variety of environments so long as the moisture and temperature of their habitat meet their specific needs. Amoebas live in ponds, lakes, streams, rivers, and swamps. Some are even able to survive in the ocean. Amoebas also live in damp soil and parasitic amoebas can infect the bodies of host organisms.
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Amoebas are some of the smallest organisms, being made of only a single cell. Learn about these microscopic creatures to understand how they move, eat, and reproduce.