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The Microbial Universe! Part 1 Angelica Carter
What are microbes and where can you find them? Do you know?
Answer: Microbes are unseen life on earth. You cant see, hear, or feel them. They are found on and in your body!
How many types of microbes are there? Can you guess?
Answer: There are five different types of microbes! The five types of microbes are: Protozoa, Algae, Fungi, Bacteria, and viruses.
What are microbes used for? Do you know?
Answer: Microbes are used for use in sewers, to make food, and to break down soils.
Can microbes be harmful? What do you think?
Answer: Yes, microbes can be harmful! Remember that there are five different types of microbes. Well, out of those five, three can be harmful. Bad bacteria, fungi, and viruses can make you sick!
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