The Habitat of Amoeba is under water, i.e lakes, ponds. Some say that Amoeba Is its own habitat because its all just a bunch of Amoebas stuck together. I suggest using both of these theories, in whatever case you are looking up the following question. With love, and peace, - The 12 year old, anonymous
the habitat of the amoeba is either unpolluted ponds or the mud in the ponds or ditches
an amoeba lives in a moist habitat. that includes soil, water and pretty much any other thing outside that is wet
Amoebas are classified as protists.
Amoebas live because god made them.
Amoebas have taxes similar to speed or direction of movement
Amoebas reproduce asexually by means of binary fission.
Yes, amoebas do have cell membranes
There is no one animal type that lives only in clay soil as their only habitat. The animals that can be found in clay soil are earthworms, amoebas, and various small insects.
Amoebas and protozoans already have nuclei just like our cells.
Amoebas reproduce asexually
Amoebas do not grow any hard calcareous shells while Foraminifera do.