Living: a plant, animal, or other organism that can move, reproduce, grow, and respond to its environment. Living things also need air and food and water to survive.
Non-living: something that cannot move, reproduce, or grow and is inanimate. nourishing: food or other substances necessary for life or growth.
Living things are alive, while non-living things have never been alive
Dead means that it was once living unlike a non-living item. Things which once formed a part of some living plant or animal, but now show no trace of life are called dead things. Examples: Dry wood, piece of dry bone, leather, coal, wooden chair, paper etc.
A paleontologist is a scientist who studies the fossilized remains of all kinds of organisms (plants, animals, fungi, bacteria and other single-celled living things), and is interested in knowing the history of organic life on earth.
This means that a fossil is 'dead' as once it was a living creature.
Living things need food to grow and change
Living things respire (breath)
Living things move on their own
Living things reproduce
Living things respond to the environment
Living things feel
Non-living things do no need food
Non-living things do not respire
Non-living things cannot move on their own
Non-living things cannot reproduce
Non-living things cannot feel
Natural non-living thing are ,Examples: Sun, moon, stars, sky, clouds, rocks, mountains and many more. Man-made non-living things: They are made by man. Examples: Toys, chairs, tables, beds, houses, buildings, trains and many more.