Good thing I carried this microscope in my pocket! (Don't ask me how)
Dr. Timmy Found a strange material in the woods one night.
The animal cells sure must be jealous!
Timmy remembered how to tell whether a cell was from a plant or animal because his science teacher Mrs. Kelly taught him how.
This object has completely different cells than anything on earth! But that means-
Timmy knew the differences between a plant and animal cell. There are the cell walls, the chloroplasts, and the central vacuole. The cell wall is only found in the plant cell. It acts as a fence around the cell.
The chloroplasts are also unique to the plant cell. They absorb and convert sunlight into energy for the plant. The plant also has a central vacuole that stores things. Animal cells have vacuoles, but not a central vacuole as big as the plants.
When Dr.Timmy was finished evaluating the cells of the object, he made a shocking discovery.
Dr. Timmy saw a giant unidentified flying object above him. It beamed him, his microscope, and the alien material up into the sky using an alien ray. He was never heard from again.