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A bird that regulates its body temperature is displaying an example of a cohesion. b mutualism. c adaptation. d homeostasis
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User: A bird that regulates its body temperature is displaying an example of a cohesion. b mutualism. c adaptation. d homeostasis

Weegy: d homeostasis
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Weegy: d all of the other selections and much more
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User: Which of the following is an example of only qualitive data? a The temperature decreased from 20 o C to 15o C. b The fish swam in a zig - zag motion across the pond c The plants height is 25 cm d Kobi is a dog that weighs 75 pounds

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The fish swam in a zig - zag motion across the pond. It is an example of only qualitative data.

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