Animal Cells: The animal cells are much like human cells which are the living blocks which make up most of our body with all different structures including muscles, bone, organs and everything in between. Cells are microscopic organisms that live inside us and make us whole which are constantly re-growing dying and then re-growing again. With a continuous short span lifecycle in this microscopic world our bodies need to work hard and get plenty of nutrition to make animal cells grow constantly. When adults do body building and their muscles grow this is the result of more animal cell or human skeletal muscle cells getting bigger and more plentiful over a selected period of time.
Cells in our bodies can either be connected to each other or can be floating around waiting to find its partner or counterpart within the body for transactions and transition to occur. Some of these floating cells include white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets for preventing constant blood loss by blocking the unwanted blood flow. These platelets do not clog up the blood flow within the body but only the blood that is trying to escape through wounds or cuts in the skin and flesh. The red blood cells are used to carry the oxygen around the body to our working muscles so that they have all the nutrients they need to go through their movement processes.