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The parmecum were the only one's we could find that were single celled organism's. Some elodea were multicellular and also litter critters that were running around. They way I know if something is single celled or multicellular is single celled organism's are they only have one cell, and multicellular organism's have more than one cell it could have 2 or even 4.
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