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How are birds and reptiles similar? A. They both have scales and lay eggs. B. They both have scales and have babies born alive. C. They both have scales and migrate. D. They both have scales and hibernate.
Weegy: They both have scales and lay eggs. User: What part of the amniotic egg provides food for the embryo? A. the amniotic membrane B. oxygen C. the yolk D. the shell Weegy: C. the yolk - - - User: What on a bird, besides it's feet, is chemically similar to scales? A. beak B. feathers C. wings Weegy: A. beak User: Birds have ________ and not teeth. A. jaws B. molars C. beaks User: What other chordate are birds most closely related to? A. amphibians B. mammals C. reptiles D. boney fish Weegy: Birds are most closely related to C.reptiles User: Where would you find the scales of birds? A. on their beaks B. under their feathers C. on their wings D. on their feet Weegy: Where would you find the scales of birds? D. on their feet. (More)
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How much energy is transferred when one organism consumes another organism? A. 10% B. 90% C. 80% D. 5%
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About 10% of energy is transferred when one organism consumes another organism.
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How are organisms grouped in an ecosystem? A. by their movement B. by how they get their energy C. by how they migrate D. by how they produce
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Organisms grouped in an ecosystem by how they get their energy.
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Which of the following choices are all abiotic factors of a freshwater ecosystem? A. water, soil, temperature, plants B. water, light, temperature, plants C. water, light, temperature, nutrients D. water, light, temperature, fish
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