Differentiate between Chlamydomonas and Euglena.

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​​Chlamydomonas  is a green algae found all over the world in soil, marine water, fresh water and even in snow. Chlamydomonas are autotrophic means they contain chlorophyll and capable of synthesizing their own food like plants. It lacks flagella.
Euglena is an unicellular organism from kingdom protista. It has both plant (can photosynthesise) and animal-like (can move and eat) properties. 
​It has two flagella which helps in  prompt movement of fluid around their body, thus helping in movement. The motion of the flagella is back and forth.​
 
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