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Define living and nonliving resources.

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Define living and nonliving resources.

Include pictures of examples of each.
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Living resources are technically renewable, so trees, for example, they are needed for firewood, paper, whatever else we use trees for as a 'resource.'
Nonliving resources would be like coal, something that takes a long time to get there.

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