Where Does Bacteria Grow?

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Bacteria are unicellular organisms that usually prefer to grow in dark, moist and warm places. Bacteria can also form in food or liquids left out to long. They grow at places with low temperatures below 20 °C or at high temperatures above 45 °C.
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The question should be more along the lines of where doesn't bacteria grow. It grows everywhere and on just about anything including inside us.
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Bacteria usually grows in dark, moist, and warm places. It can form also in food or liquids left out to long.
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Bacteria grows everywhere. Biologists have discovered extremophiles.which can live in hot springs and volcano spings too. They can with-stand extreme temperatures. For example.when
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Bacteria can grow basically anywhere you can imagine, on people, on land, on animals, ect. Bacteria can withstand extreme temperatures, some will die during these extremem temperatures but some will not. It just depends on the type.
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