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Fungi do not produce their own food by photosynthesis, like green plants do. Like animals they get their food by digesting it from other living things. The body of a fungus is a mass of tiny threads that grow through the material they are feeding on (usually the body of a living or dead organism). At certain times of the year they develop reproductive bodies such as the well known toadstools. These produce tiny spores which can be dispersed, usually by the wind. Ferns  grow mostly in damp, shady places. More primitive than the flowering plants ferns reproduce by means of spores.  
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