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Which example shows an organism maintaining homeostasis? A. a snake shedding its skin B. a bacterium dividing into two C. a person sweating on
a hot day D. a rabbit eating a clover plant
The answer is a snake shedding its skin because: A snake shedding its skin a bacteria dividing into two a person sweating on a hot day a rabbit eating a clover plant
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User: Which example shows an organism maintaining homeostasis? A. a snake shedding its skin B. a bacterium dividing into two C. a person sweating on a hot day D. a rabbit eating a clover plant

Weegy: The answer is a snake shedding its skin because: A snake shedding its skin a bacteria dividing into two a person sweating on a hot day a rabbit eating a clover plant
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User: what is a single cell

Weegy: A cell is the very smallest unit of living matter, and is the functional basic unit of life.
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User: Which traits are characteristic of single-celled organ A. can grow larger by making new cells B. contain organs that help them survive c. can reproduce a whole colony in a matter of hours isms?

Weegy: B. contain organs that help them survive C. must stay small in order to live D. can
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