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1. being or composed of matter other than plant and animal; often of mineral origin.<br><br>
 
1. being or composed of matter other than plant and animal; often of mineral origin.<br><br>
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Mineral rocks and crystals, which are examples of an inorganic object.
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1. being or composed of matter other than plant and animal; often of mineral origin.

minerals.jpg

Mineral rocks and crystals, which are examples of an inorganic object.

Source: http://sspp.gsfc.nasa.gov/