What Is the Habitat of the Paramecium?


In terms of biology, paramecium is a type of protozoa that is unicellular and is in the shape of a piece of rice. Paramecium tend to prefer habitats that are in freshwater. However, as of January 2013, scientists are finding them in salt water as well.
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Paramecium is the most common cilimate found everywhere in fresh water ponds, ditches, streams, rivers, lakes and reservoirs Anonymous
paramecium live in river, ditch, or sewer.
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