Redblood Cells Have No Nucleus Then Why Do We Call Them Cells?

Red Blood Cells lack a nucleus, but they are still considered cells. This is because

When the Red Blood Cells (RBCs) are initially produced in the bone marrow, they have a nucleus. Later, they lose the nucleus to accommodate more haemoglobin so that they can transport more oxygen.

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