Euglena greens lives in calm fresh and salty waters such as ponds, ditches, inland waters and pools that are full of organic matter and they often make the water appear green due to their chloroplasts. The main function of this organism is to be part of the food chain in aquatic environments. It survives by creating its own food, being both heterotrophic and autotrophic through photosynthesis and its ability to surround and consume the body.
Euglena green does not have a negative effect on people, but it has many benefits. It is a very effective body when it comes to reducing carbon dioxide levels.
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