How Do Living and Nonliving Things Interact in the Environment?

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There are many ways that living and nonliving things interact in the environment. One way would be the way that plants, which are living use the dirt, which is nonliving to grow. Another way would be the way animals use rocks as hiding places for living and hunting.
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