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Why are Bacteria successful?

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tet11

Bacteria are so successful because they reproduce asexually meaning that they can make more offsprings at a shorter amount of time. Because they reproduce asexually, if that one bacteria is resistant to a certain other organism, so will its offsprings.

Samra

Because they can live in the hottest and coldest of places. No other life form on this planet has multiplied as much and conquered so many different places.

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