Watch Your Back
It is also known as giardiasis. It is spread by food or water that is contaminated by animal or human waste. Giardiasis attaches to the small intestine and sucks away at the nutrients you are supposed to get from your food. The symptoms are diarrhea, weight loss, and nutritional deprivation.
It is also known as histeria. It is a protist that can heterotrophic and autotrophic. When it is heterotrophic, it releases toxins that breaks down living flesh. It is mostly found on fish and it is spread by chemical signals that the protists send to attract other protists. Symptoms are holes in your flesh and being slowly eaten alive.
By: Leila F