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Liv1234

  • one year ago

CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS QUESTION

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  1. Liv1234
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  3. anonymous
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    I'll help ^^.

  4. Liv1234
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    Thank you!(:

  5. anonymous
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    np ^^ give me a sec.

  6. Liv1234
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    Okay(:

  7. anonymous
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    Okay what do you think two important trait for any sea critter to have to thrive on land? Think spongebob here :P.

  8. Liv1234
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    Oxygen and lungs? cx

  9. anonymous
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    lol yesh XD so you got one lungs for air :). What else should a sea critter have?

  10. Liv1234
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    I'm not sure. Hmm.

  11. anonymous
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    ever seen a fish walk on land and walk back to the sea 0-0 ? :0

  12. Liv1234
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    They need legs.

  13. anonymous
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    lol yesh :D

  14. anonymous
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    http://www.naturalselectionanddarwinism.com/watertoland.html :proof

  15. Liv1234
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    Will you help me piece together my answer when you help me finish figuring out the answer?

  16. anonymous
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    I did >< lungs and leg (aphendages)

  17. anonymous
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    and you have why they are important too. Got 4 for the price of one

  18. Liv1234
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    Okay so what would be next?

  19. anonymous
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    two characteristics that were required for animals to move from aquatic environments to land? Why are these traits necessary? Answer : Lungs and four limbs are necessary because lungs make oxygen fro air to help the organism breathe and the four limbs help the organism navigate the land, move away from predator , and catch food.

  20. anonymous
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    had to put those 4 together :)

  21. Liv1234
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    Thank you so much!(: Could you help me with another question please?

  22. anonymous
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    sure ^^. and no problem.

  23. Liv1234
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    How are chordates and vertebrates related?

  24. anonymous
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    They lack true bones, but there is more to it I believe hold on

  25. Liv1234
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    Okay.

  26. anonymous
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    all chordates have: a postanal tail, notochord, pharyngeal pouches, and nerve cord

  27. Liv1234
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    And that's it?

  28. anonymous
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    yep that should be it . vetebrates have extra stuff , but that would state the differences, you want how they are related. Also all vetebrates are chordates (to a point)

  29. anonymous
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    How are chordates and vertebrates related? Answer: Both chordates and vertebrates have a postanal tail, notochord, pharyngeal pouches, and nerve cord. Also they lack true bones.

  30. Liv1234
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    Ohhh thank you so much!!!(:

  31. anonymous
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    Np ^^ :)

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