As a group, living things must be able to do all of the following except: 1) Swallow food and digest it. 2) Move their body in order to get around. 3) Breathe oxygen from the air and release carbon dioxide. This content is for a blog post, not an ebook. It’s going to be about living things and what they can’t do as a group.
I wrote the first sentence of this paragraph that will introduce the list of eight items: “As a group, living things must be able to do all of the following except.” I’ll just start with number two in my list – Moving their body in order to get around. Living things may have varied abilities and needs but one thing they are required or expected to do on most occasions is move themselves from place-to-place; it’s hard (or impossible) for them find food unless some other animal brings it closer than its reach would allow–and too far away for any