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The main difference between Euglena and Paramecium is that Euglena can be either animal-like or plant-like organisms whereas Paramecium is an animal-like organism. Only Euglena consists of chloroplasts. Paramecium does not contain its own chloroplasts.Is Euglena a Paramecium?
Euglena has chloroplasts but not Paramecium does. Paramecium is a heterotroph while Euglena is both a heterotroph and an autotroph. Euglena can survive long droughts without water or light, but Paramecium cannot. Pellicle in Euglena enables them the flexibility, but there is no pellicle in Paramecium.