for the most part yes
protists live in water
Plant like protists live in water.
In-order to survive, protists need a moist environment.
Protists can live in almost any environment that contains liquid water.
so that they can absorb more water to live
well protists give off the oxygen we need about 92% actually and plants 2% and since most protists live in water we are killing animals that let us live
Protists live in cold environments that contain liquid water. They are least likely to be found in hot environments without water.
they live where there is an abundant source of water a.k.a moist areas
where do spore forming protists live
They both live in water, and they are both single celled (protists).
Chlorophyta, a kind of green algae.
Algae are a mass of unicellular plant-like protists that lives in bodies of water. There are several types that live in water like brown, green, and red algae.
Protists are both. Most live in water whjile some live on land and on humans
Amoebas are zooflagellates and live in fresh water. There are about 15 phyla of these animal like protists and many are fresh water types.
Animal-like protists live in moist and damp places