Chaos carolinense: Amoeba Lesson
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Ok Class, settle down and put your phones awa-CARLOS AND OLIVIA! STOP YOUR FIGHTING!
Today we are going to talk about Chaos carolinense. Who can answer this question?
What structure does Chaos carolinense use for movement? Pseudopods Cilia Flagella None
Correct! Next, our student teacher will now tell us about this protist.
The Chaos carolinense is a heterotroph, this means it has to move in order to obtain food. They can live almost everywhere, even in dry places like soil. They reproduce asexually.
Great Job, Aesha!
Fun Fact: When startled, they quickly transform into a star shape!