Non-living things grow by?

Non-living things “grow” by accretion. It occurs by adding materials externally. For example, A snowball may increase in size due to the accumulation of smaller units of its own on its outer surface. Non-living things never die as they do not have cells with a definite lifespan.

Non-living things do not grow, reproduce or die. Movement is another characteristic of living things. They can move from one place to another.

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