The turtle and the frog
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Once there was a turtle and a frog. They both lived together in the wilderness.
One day the frog asked the turtle...
Why do these rocks never move around or talk to us?
The turtle responded saying...
These rocks never talk to us because they are not living things.
What does that mean?
Frog, you and me are living things and these rocks are non-living things.
The difference between living and non-living things are that living things move, grow, breathe, reproduce, have sensitivity, excrete, and eat.
Non-living things are not able to do any of these things that us living things can do. Non-living things are inanimate. They are just there doing nothing.
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