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Biology, 18.10.2019 06:30, NightSun8890

Which organism is a producer?
a.) oak tree
b.) mushroom
c.) mountain lion
d.) butterfly

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Which organism is a producer?
a.) oak tree
b.) mushroom
c.) mountain lion

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