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protist with similar characteristics to fungi. A.SIME MOLD B.FUNGUSLIKE C.WATER MOLD D.RHODOPHYTE
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Birds evolved ____________ to help them fly. a. internal fertilization c. 4-chambered heart b. lungs d. none of the above
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Birds evolved 4-chambered heart to help them fly.
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