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Why are viruses not considered to beliving things


Question asked by: yessi87

There are certain characterisitcs that all living things tend to share in common, for instance they all respire, they are capable of movement, reproduction and so forth.

However experts tend to think that viruses do not exhibit all of these things living things tend to do - and therefore they are an in between sort of life form.

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Replied at: 31 Mar 2008
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