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Q: Bat wings are homologous to the front legs of cats. What does the term "homologous" mean in this context? A)The common ancestor of bats and cats had a limb with a bone structure similar to that
found in cat legs and bat wings. B)Bats and cats have no common ancestor. C)Bat wings are vestigial legs. D)The common ancestor of bats and cats had limbs that functioned as wings. E)Both structures are used for the same purpose.
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