Where Is Fungi Found?

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Fungi can be found in various surfaces and on various substances as long as there is provision of the right growing conditions. Fungi can be found on forest trees, gardens, on human feet and on food in form of mould and yeast.
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Fungi can be found all over the world with no exception of the extreme environments like deserts and high salt concentration areas. They grow best in the dark.
Fungi will grow on just about any surface, but they thrive in dark, moist places. Fungi can even grow on the human body such as inside the mouth and on the bottom of the feet known as athlete's foot. There are some fungi such as mushrooms, but most types of fungi are harmful to humans and animals alike.
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