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organisms in which domain live in every environment? pls help, im stuck on this one. :S

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    we find bacteria everywhere, right?

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    ok thank you, you helped a lot. :)

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    specially known as microorganisms if you are looking for a more "scientificy" way of saying it

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    ok thank you. :)

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    welcome!

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