Where Do Fungi Live?

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Fungi live on dead decaying matter and on plants. They have very many similar characteristics with plants and this sometimes causes confusion in their classification. You will find fungi growing in forests and gardens.
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Fungi can basically grow anywhere that has a very moist climate where bacteria can produce, also they can live on or inside of living organisms.
Fungi have almost the same characteristics as plants and can be found in a number of environments. They can grow on just about anything. Some fungi are OK to eat while others are extremely toxic, they can even cause death.
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