Name unicellular animals known to you. How are these animals different from each other?

Single-celled organisms are made up of one cell, unlike multicellular organisms, which are made of many cells. This means that each of them lives and performs all their life processes as one separate cell. Most unicellular organisms are microscopic; however, some are visible to the naked eye.

All prokaryotes, most protozoa and some fungi are unicellular. Some of these organisms live in large colonies, but each individual cell is a simple living organism.

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