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Which of the following is not a planet in our solar system

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Pluto might be.......poor Pluto .....they made him a dwarf planet
2cute2bsingle please take care to post ur questions according to the subject that is being discussed how are planets, solar systems, tides, erosion etc related to biology?
Pluto is now considered a dwarf planet dwelling in the Kuiper belt. By the way, I have studied erosion in biology in a section called ecology.

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did they teach you astronomy in biology too? please, what is the point of crowding biology section with these unrelated questions? If this person posts these questions in their respective subjects, some other students will also benefit from the answers. I think that is the whole point of this website isnt it?
All but eight. All but eight planets are not in our solar system.
Pluto

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