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Approximately how many days does it take an amphibian to go through metamorphosis? A. 70 days B. 75 days C. 80 days D. 85 days
B. 75 days
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User: Approximately how many days does it take an amphibian to go through metamorphosis? A. 70 days B. 75 days C. 80 days D. 85 days

Weegy: B. 75 days
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User: Which is the correct order of organization for chordates? A. Eukarya, Animalia, Chordata B. Eukarya, Arthropoda, Animalia C. Archaea, Arthropoda, Animalia D. Archaea, Chordates, Animalia

Weegy: A. Eukarya, Animalia, Chordata
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User: When the adult frog leaves the pond what change has to take place? A. A change from gill-like structures for breathing in water to lungs for breathing on land. B. A change from lungs for breathing in water to gills for breathing on land. C. A change from gills for breathing in water to pores on the skin for breathing on land.

Weegy: A. A change from gill-like structures for breathing in water to lungs for breathing on land.]
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User: How many days does it take an amphibian to become a tadpole? A. four days B. three days C. six days D. five days

Weegy: 5
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User: What is the difference between a bony fish and a cartilaginous fish? A. The bony fish and cartilaginous fish both have bones throughout their bodies. B. The bony fish and the cartilaginous fish only have bones in the jaw. C. The bony fish has bones in its jaw, and the cartilaginous fish has cartilage in its jaw and bones in the rest of its body. D. The bony fish has bones and the cartilaginous fish has only cartilage throughout their bodies.

User: Which of the following would be an example of a cartilaginous fish? A. a perch B. a shark C. a catfish D. a salmon

Weegy: B
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User: What is a lamprey an example of? A. a bony fish B. a worm C. a cartilaginous fish D. a jawless fish

Weegy: D. a jaw-less fish is an example of a lamprey.
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User: What is a possible cause of the decline in amphibians on the planet? A. pollution B. predators C. lack of water D. loss of land

Weegy: A. pollution amphibians can not survive in polluted waters.
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User: Why do amphibians live near the water? A. to be near a food source B. to lay their eggs C. to have water for drinking only D. to be close to flora for protection

Weegy: B. to lay their eggs
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