Are animals more alive than plants?
Plants cannot move about like animals, so does that mean that animals are more alive than plants? Explain why.
I guess the answer is yes as animals move unlike plants but I do not know how to explain in more detail. Thanks in advance
- Anonymous4 months agoFavourite answer
There's no such thing as more alive or less alive. It's either alive or dead. If it's alive it's alive if it's dead it's dead, period. Simple organisms and complex organisms are equally alive or equally dead.
- Anonymous2 days ago
Yes they are silly. Try playing fetch with a weed or riding a pumpkin.
- Anonymous1 week ago
I think so.
Fauna versus flora.A higher form of life.
- 4 weeks ago
What is life to begin with? Biology don´t have an definitive answer.
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- ?Lv 41 month ago
No. Also, there are some animals that are sessile.
- Michal SychraLv 74 months ago
It was the conjecture of ancient philosopher Porphyry published in his work "Isagoge".
- JakeLv 64 months ago
No animals and plants are both living creatures unless your a vegan who hates carnivores.
- Lord BaconLv 74 months ago
Coral is an animal. It does not move.