Do microscopic animals like dust mites have smaller cells?
June 23, 2020 10:00 PM Subscribe
I know that most animal cells are about the same size; an elephant just has many more cells than a mouse, say. But what about animals that are already so small you can't see them except in a microscope, like dust mites? (I know that amoebas etc are single celled organisms, I'm talking about mites which are arachnids) how can they have normal sized cells when they are practically the same size as animal cells?