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Nature is a a finely tuned balancing act and no one living thing can survive without some dependence on, or ability to affect, another. All animals and plants need energy and materials from the environment, and they survive despite the precarious nature of food chains and difficult environments, even coping with the additional problems of bad weather, disease and pollution. The adaptability of life on Earth is endlessly ingenious. For example, in cold places where there are few insects to pollinate, many plants reproduce from small pieces of themselves, such as runners or bulbils. Some animals, such as the polar bear and the fox, have even benefited from the creation of towns and cities, changing their diets and scavenging on human refuse."


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