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Mitosis? What is that , Alpha?
Poor Foxy. She went through mitosis so fast that she got cancer and died!
Well, mitosis is when the cells in the body make new cells, like cell reproduction!
Strange things, our bodies do. But, how did it kill Foxy?
SWAN DIVE INTO THE LAKE!!!!!!
Let's say you were flying free in the forest, unaware of what your amazing cells are doing.
Now your cells are going to do something called prophase. That is when the chromosomes first become visible. Then, there is metaphase. This is where your chromotids line up in the middle. Next, there is anaphase. This is when spindle fibers pull the chromotids apart. Last, there is telophase. This is when a new nucleus forms over the chromotids. Then cytokenisis. This is when the cytoplasm splits. When this happens too fast, you get cancer, and that is what happened to Foxy.
Who said I was dead?
WHY, FOXY? WHY!?!?!?!?
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