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What is the single largest biological cell found in nature?
Among the largest is the egg yolk of an ostrich, which is about 3 inches (8 centimeters) in diameter. The smallest cells are bacteria-like mycoplasmas, which can be as small as 0.00004 inch (0.1 micrometer) in diameter.

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