Explain why botanists classify euglena green as plants, and zoologists as animals.

1) chloroplasts are located in the cytoplasm of euglena, so it can, like a plant, create organic substances from inorganic ones in the process of photosynthesis;
2) in the dark, euglena can eat like an animal, absorbing solutions of organic substances.

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