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Not a PlantPlay
Though called a simple plant, fungi are not plants. They have a distinct kingdom. SlideA fungus is more related to animals than to flowering plants.
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Habitat MattersPlay
Fungi usually thrive in moist environments—think bathrooms, forests, and spoiled food. SlideA damp basement is a common place to find fungus growing.
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Visible and InvisiblePlay
Some fungus can be seen, like mushrooms, but others, like mold spores, are invisible to the naked eye. SlideThe mold on bread is a fungus that appears as a thick, visible layer.