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An earthworm receives support and shape from its fluid-filled cavity. It has _____. an endoskeleton an exoskeleton a hydroskeleton no skeleton
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Many insects go through different physical changes during growth. These insects include the Butterfly and housefly.


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Character can be portrayed in action. True False
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Character can be portrayed in action. TRUE.
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_____ is the type of literature in which a person writes about one's own life. Burlesque Pantomime Satire Restoration comedy Heroic drama Elizabethan drama Autobiography
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Autobiography is the type of literature in which a person writes about one's own life.

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