Every type of cell has a different strructure, or looks different. Today, we will be discussing the differences of plant, bacteria, and animal cells. They're all different, believe it or not. Animal cells, our cells, are ovalish( Yes, that's a word ) and fat. They have all the organelles any other cell animal cell would have. Now a plant cell, they're a different story. They are tight together, looking almost like bricks. They can do this, because they have a cell wall that protects the cell. Plant cells don't need very many things outside of them because they can make they're own food, but animal cells, sadly, cannot. Most bacteria only have one cell, that is why it is hard to see them. That cell has everything the bacteria needs to survive. Those are your three types of cells.

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