What adaptations did fungi make for survival?

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Fungi has a unique adaptation. Adaptation is the ability to secrete exoenzymes, which are responsible for digesting organic materials outside of the fungal body. After digestion takes place, the fungus will then ingest the material, and utilize it accordingly. Because of that, fungi is able to consume a larger variety of materials compared to most organisms within different kingdoms. It is stated that fungus are more likely to find some form of consumable material in a given environment in comparison to other organisms to survive.
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