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Where do animals obtain carbon? a. the atmosphere b. plant and animal consumption c. the soil d. photosynthesis
Animals get carbon by eating plants or algae or other animals that have eaten plants.b. plant and animal consumption
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User: Where do animals obtain carbon? a. the atmosphere b. plant and animal consumption c. the soil d. photosynthesis

Weegy: Animals get carbon by eating plants or algae or other animals that have eaten plants.b. plant and animal consumption
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User: The desert relies on precipitation from weather patterns, while the rainforest can create its own precipitation.

Weegy: True or False. The desert relies on precipitation from weather patterns, while the rainforest can create its own precipitation [ ]
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User: Phosphorus plays an important role within the structures of the body. Which of the following structures is phosphorus found in? a. bones b. cell membranes c. DNA d. all of the above

Weegy: Phosphorus plays an important role within the structures of the body. Which of the following structures is phosphorus found in: b. cell membranes
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User: What would likely happen first to the carbon in the deer carcass as it lies on the forest floor after the mountain lion has finished feeding on it? a. It would be incorporated into other organisms. b. It would be released back into the atmosphere. c. It would be turned into coal. d. It would be incorporated into the soil.

Weegy: a. It would be incorporated into other organisms.
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