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 How do plants depend on animals?

Answer Plants and animals of an ecosystem are mutually dependent upon one another in order to exist. The relationships between them create a state of equilibrium within the ecosystem. The connections betw... Read More »
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Animals That Depend on Tides for Survival?

The tide is the rise and fall of the sea as it is affected by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun. We do not tend to think much about the tides. Certainly not about their role in keeping cer... Read More »
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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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Are plants animals?

Plants are not animals. Animals move around on their own, make vocal noises and search for their food. Plants cannot move on their own. They do not speak and they produce their own food. Animals te... Read More »
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Why is it it O.K. to eat plants and not animals?

Plants have no nervous system (venus fly traps and other examples of plant moment are made using water pressure and cell growth.) They also have no brain. Therefore they cannot feel pain or fear l... Read More »
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