What Is a Fat Cell Made up of?

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A fat cell is a tiny pouch that contains lipids, which are made up of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. In times of hunger, they are normally burned to produce energy and water. Animals like a camel can survive for long without water using the fat reserve in the hump.
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