so five taste buds are there in a human tongue
1. The inner ear has two special jobs. It changes sound waves to electrical signals (nerve impulses). This allows the brain to hear and understand sounds. The inner ear is also important for balance.
2. Chemical Information
Snakes receive information about their surroundings by interpreting chemical signals given off by potential prey. Snakes are able to "smell" their prey by picking up chemical information with their tongues. When a snake flicks its tongue in and out, it can detect its prey's scent trail.
3. the dog has a sense that can smell drugs and we are not. the bat can hear because the bat has the sense of its ear that can hearing environment that can harm its self to protect from that
a. Tail and fins
b. Moist tongue (not sure)
c. Optic nerve
e. Inner ear
A. tarsal segments
C. 10,000 taste buds
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Ans: Fishes live in water, its their natural place of habitat. They absorb oxygen from water. Its just a medium to absorb oxygen stored in the water. So when out of water their gills don’t allow them to breathe so they die.
-Naturally, lizards don’t have gills, so they can absorb oxygen from the air using their respiratory system, so when in water, they die due to lack of gills being present, because they can’t absorb the oxygen.
-Both of them have their own habitats, have their own way of living, have their own way of adapting, so they follow their respective adaptation skills.
a-Migration: This refers to seasonal movement of animals from one region to another.
b-Hibernation: This refers to either a condition or a period of an animal or plant which consists of spending the winter in a dormant state, like a deep sleep.
Ans: A reptile such as an alligator or a crocodile, can live under water and on land.
Ans: A rain gauge
Ans: The average person has about 10,000 taste buds present on the tongue.
1- A penguin hunches its head into its shoulders to maintain its streamlined shape and reduce drag while swimming.
2- Its keeps its feet pressed close to the body against the tail to aid in steering
Polar: musk ox, penguin
Tropical: elephant and red eyed frog
1-A polar bear has a layer of fat under its skin which helps it stay warm
2-It also has a thick layer of fur to keep itself warm.
Tropical: This zone is the one where temperatures remain constant throughout the year and rarely falls below 65 degrees.
Precipitation(rain) determines the seasons as either rainy or dry in this zone. These zones are found on land and in oceans between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. Examples include, Drier grasslands, such as steppes and savannas, occur on the northern and southern limits of this zone.
Polar: The temperature in these regions remain below 50 degrees throughout the year and in winters falls to 30 degrees below zero. In the sub-zone of places such as Antarctica, inner Greenland and the Arctic Sea, the temperatures remain below freezing all year round and can fall up to - 58 degrees, as well.
Similarity: Both Amoeba and animals require energy for the growth of their bodies. This energy is derived from the food which they eat.
Difference: Animals have a mouth and complex digestive system. However, Mouth and digestive system both are absent in Amoeba.
Ans: The stomach is the area which secretes acid and enzymes that help in digesting food.
The stomach muscles contract periodically, this helps in churning food to enhance the process of digestion.
The pyloric sphincter is a muscular valve that opens to allow food to pass from the stomach to the small intestine, so it acts as a way of transmission of food into large intestine and small intestine.
Ans: The tropical rainforest hosts a large population of animals due to the availability of favorable climatic conditions in that region which provide comfort in their habitat. Also there is easy availability of different kinds of foods for different kinds of animals.
Ans: The difference between weather and climate is a measure of time.
Weather: It refers to a state of the atmosphere at a particular place and time. It is associated with being described as hot or heat, cloudiness, dryness, windy, rainy, misty, cold, etc.
Climate: Refers to the weather conditions prevailing in an area in general. Or weather conditions prevailing over a long period of time. That’s why the earth is divided into climatic zones, like tropical, polar, arid, temperate, etc.
Animals have their own adaptive features which are distinct from the adaptive features of humans. The older humans, ancestors originally resided in the tropical regions, but as modern time started, their bodies and minds couldn’t adapt to those regions. But animals are accustomed to their habitat.
The needs of animals versus humans differ in regard to activity and health.
Ans: Animals don’t have clothes, however, they do have built-in ways of keeping the right temperature in their bodies and protecting themselves in the habitat they live in. Since polar bears have fat layers of skin and fur to help them stay warm, they are adaptable to that region, whereas tropical forests do not have that type of skin so they can’t adapt in the same way, as when they are placed outside their comfort zone.
This is because human skin is not as precisely designed as animal skins are. Humans use distinct clothing in distinct weather. The area where they live determines their features and activities, so when their geographical location changes, their adaptability depends on other things like tools, and clothes, etc.
A . tarsal segments
C. about 10,000
E . Chameleons
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A. Tarsal Segments
A. The tarsal segments at the ends of the legs have chemoreceptors which are important for the butterfly to smell and taste. A female butterfly is able to determine if a plant is suitable to lay eggs upon by the chemical released from the plant after drumming their legs on the leaf surface.
B. Crickets, grasshoppers, katydids, and cicadas all possess hearing organs called tympanum. The tympanum is located on the front legs of crickets, katydids, and long-horned grasshoppers and on the abdomen of short-horned grasshoppers
C. On average, the human tongue has 2,000–8,000 taste buds.The average lifespan of these are estimated to be 10 days.
D. The skin, the largest sense organ of the body, is the interface between the organism and its environment.
E. Chameleons can move their eyes in different directions, each eye works independently from the other and their eyes highly coordinated
Animal that can live both on land and water is known as an amphibian.Example is frog.
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The average person has about 10,000 taste buds and they're replaced every 2 weeks or so
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average human tongue has about 10,000 taste buds