What are fungi?
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Fungi live in damp areas or in water because they have no method of preventing their fragile threads from drying out - they cannot survive dry atmospheres. Some fungi are parasites, attacking animals or plants.
Mushrooms are the reproductive organs of some types of fungi, in which the threads of the mycelium compact together to produce the familiar umbrella-shaped mushroom.
Microscopic spores, which are produced on the underside of the mushroom cap, spread in the wind to start new fungal colonies.
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