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One specific type of floater is either called Muscae volitantes (from the Latin, meaning 'flying flies'), or mouches volantes (from the French), and consist of small spots, these are present in most people's eyes and are attributed to minute remnants of embryonic structures in the vitreous humour.
Originally posted by uknow_me72
Sure, well go get the amoeba's out of your head before they eat your brains. I guess.
It is your choice to believe them it or not, Have you heard of the mainstream science or media come out with this topic or study??
Originally posted by ahamarlin
reply to post by MurderCityDevil
There are millions of them, little light white spickels and they move around
each other real quick. OMG is nobody else seeing them?
Originally posted by Vanitas
just little ameoba of sorts, most people have them, some have them worse
Amoebae are animals.
Their preferred habitat would be the intestinal flora - not the eye.