xbojanx wrote:I'm almost biologist (went through all the course, need to go through some exams, but due to vivisection I won't) and last time I checked Fungia is separate kingdom from Plants and Animals.
You're friend must have studied in 50ies or something when mushrooms were considered plants....
Anyway, new trends are off to classify organisms into 8 kingdoms, so....
This story is like "plants are living organisms too, you know, they also have feelings".
Gelert wrote:Incredibly, there are people out there who won't speak to others over arguments what genus this-or-that, the sole representative of which was found by Sir Crispin Blackthorne Fforde Clyster-Pipe's teaboy on his thirteenth expedition to Nuristan and has then sat on a dusty shelf in Kew for the last eighty years should go in to.
some may turn into animals
xbojanx wrote:some may turn into animals
may be re-classified to animals...
yeast used in baking and generally for eating is vegan.
I was mycologist when I became vegan - all those tasty mushrooms were so better than anything else ...but stopped being that like 10 years ago...couldn't handle scientific way of modern slavery
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