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Yes exactly! A fried egg with little spots in it smile


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Amoeba does not carry a cell wall that's why there is no specific shape we can define for it.

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Actually I have studied about Amoeba in my school, its a single cell, that too not fully developed. It does not have any specific shape. It keeps on changing its shape.
The more interesting question here is why the first stage of our posting hierarchy in this forum is known as "amoeba".
What does Jellyfish refers to? Please reply, if possible other terms also. I am very curious to know about all.

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Kaycee - that's a good question. I've been wondering about that myself. It is built into the BellaOnline forum system, so maybe I can get some of the other editors to clue me in. When I do, I'll be sure to let you know!

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Kaycee (and anybody else interested!), I checked the FAQ for the forums and found the answer, which I'm copying here below:

"Everyone has a title within the forum. You will notice the title below the Display Name in each post. Some titles are automatically assigned based on the number of posts a user has made, and some titles are assigned by the forum owner to denote official representatives of the company or other VIPs in the forums.

0 Newbie
50 Amoeba
100 Jellyfish
200 Shark
400 Gecko
800 Parakeet
1200 Chipmunk
2000 Koala
3000 Zebra
4000 Elephant
5000 Wolf
6000 Tiger
7000 Chimpanzee
8000 Stone Age Human
9000 Iron Age Human
10000 Medieval Human
11000 Renaissance Human
12000 Modern Day Human
13000 Amazing Poster Extraordinaire
14000 Highest Posting Power Known to Humanity"

So...Now we know! smile


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Thanks a Ton Deborah!! That was great, I never cared of checking the FAQs even after so much curiosity about this question, you did it for me. Hugs and kisses to you!!
I am a cute little jelly fish right now and soon I'll be turning into a shark..he he he hhaaaaa ha ha ha ha

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I can't wait to evolve into a jellyfish.... but a shark would really be cool!

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I'm waiting impatiently just to become an amoeba! smile

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amoeba does not carry a definite shape, it does not carry cell wall that's why it changes it shape.

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I think An amoeba is basically a glob of jelly looking material. It has no solid figures and just moves wherever it wants to without care. To reproduce, it just divides itself.

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