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What type of food do eukaryotes eat?
Question Date: 2017-05-08
Answer 1:

Did you know that you and I are eukaryotes? Our cells have a nucleus, so that makes us eukaryotes. So eukaryotes eat plants and animals. Single-celled eukaryotes eat bacteria and other living things that are smaller than they are.

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