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 Can plants exist without animals?

Answer Plants as we know them today cannot exist without animals. Plants and animals rely on each other for air, nutrients and reproduction. We evolved together in an unbreakable circle of life.Carbon Dio... Read More »
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Can plants survive without animals?

Most plants could not survive more than one or two growing seasons without the aid of animals; although many animals are herbivorous and eat plants, the interaction between plants and animals is ne... Read More »
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Vegans, cows exist merely to be slaughtered by animals?

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What Animals Eat Plants & Animals?

An animal that eats both plants and other animals is classified as an omnivore. There are two types of omnivores; those that hunt live prey: such as herbivores and other omnivores, and those that ... Read More »
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How many different plants exist in the Everglades?

Scientists continue to discover new plants in the Everglades. Several different habitats make up the Everglades. In these habitats--which include hardwood, marshes and forests--thousands of differe... Read More »
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