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linnaeus stuff

> and not just through agglomeration like by the stones.
> But they (=the plants) differ from the animals, the third kingdom
> by not having feelings.
> __
> This seems to be the definition of the plant kingdom of Linnaeus.
> Apparently he had 3 kingdoms in his system: 1. stones, 2. plants, 3. 
> animals.

Kingdom one would be the "mineral" kingdom, then, not just stones

> which every other is bent backward. The 3 parts (parts of female
> organ - donUt know the English word) are similar to leaves.


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