What do vacuoles do in animal cells?
A vacuole is a membrane-bound sac that plays roles in intracellular digestion and the release of cellular waste products.
As far as I know, they don't. some animal cells do have vacuoles, but they are not as big as those in plant cells. also, an animal cell can have many small vacuoles. some animal cells do not have vacuoles, because the functions that vacuoles carry out in a plant cell are performed by the lysosomes of the animal cell.
Animal cells do not have the same cell wall like plant cells do.Plant cells have chloroplasts for photosynthesis, but animal cells don't.Plant cells usually have one or more large vacuoles (food & liquid compartments), but some animal cells have regular vacuoles while other animal cells don't have any vacuoles. these are the reasons