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Do all living things reproduce?
Question Date: 2014-09-21
Answer 1:

In principle yes, all living things grow and reproduce. It's part of what separates living things from non-living things. However, there are exceptions, and some species of animals are not fertile, like the mule. In this case, we could say that not every animal can reproduce.

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