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Dose Food,Cloth,Rope,Lumber,Paper,, and rubber come from plants?

  1. Writeacher

    All except clothing -- some articles of clothing are made from plant materials; others are made from animal or synthetic materials. Can you name some of these types?

  2. Prarthana

    So they all come from plants?

  3. Writeacher

    All come from plants:
    food, rope, lumber, paper, rubber

    Some come from plants:
    clothing

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