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All living things need energy, no matter what they do. Plants get their energy from sunlight. This energy is stored in different chemicals inside the plant. ” Animals that eat plants take the energy stored in the plants. ” The same happens when animals eat other animals. Plants and animals use energy every day as they grow and do the work of being a plant or an animal. So plants have to keep absorbing sunlight, and animals have to keep eating plants or other animals. It isn’t only living things that have energy.
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