Fungi (including lichens)

Fungi are an enormous group of organisms that are neither plants nor animals. They obtain nutrients through the absorption of decaying organic matter, recycling plant and animal waste into useful products. Fungi are also extremely important to humans, and their conservation is vital for the health of the world’s ecosystems.

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