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Soap making is a reaction between compounds found in animal fats and lye. There are also other ingredients in soaps like fragrance and wax.

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How long will an allergic reaction to an animal last?

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Is fire an animal?

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What is an organic compound generated by an animal?

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What can a plant cell do that no animal cell can?

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