The  four main parts of a animal cell are vacoule, cytoplasm, nucleas, and cell membrane.

vacoule- storage facilities for the cells; store food or waste that will used or gotten rid of later.

cytoplasm-  A jelly-like substance  that fills  the cell all of the cells organelles(parts) are located here.

nucleus- a round structure inside the cell; controls all of the cells activities; the command center of the cells.

cell membrane- a thin lining just inside the cell wall; controls what flows in and out of the cell(food, waste, water, and oxygen).

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