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According to the geologic time scale, reptiles appeared after fish did. A. True B. False
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According to the geologic time scale, reptiles appeared after fish did. FALSE.

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What might have prompted the evolution of amphibians? A. The formation of Pangaea B. The increase on plant life in aquatic habitats C. Movement of terrestrial reptiles to aquatic habitats D. Movement of aquatic organisms to terrestrial habitats
Weegy: Evolution Almost 400 million years ago, a sturdy-finned fish clambered onto land to explore the possibilities of terrestrial life. Not only did it find safety from its predators, but a feast of insects as well. [ This first fish out of water is thought to have been a sarcopterygian (lobe-finned fish) and it gave rise to a fish-like creature with stouter limbs: the first amphibian. Three genera of early Amphibia are known, ironically, from fossils found in Greenland and Russia (deposited before those two land masses drifted to their modern northerly positions). Although these first groups were still very aquatic, they quickly gave rise to more terrestrial forms. For a time, the terrestrial field was wide open and amphibians emerged to occupy every available damp habitat. Over the next 100 million years, amphibians radiated, reaching much greater diversity than they have achieved since. They ranged hugely in size, from a few centimeters to the giant Eryops which was more than two meters long. ] (More)
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After the stock market crash, how did President Hoover try to help the economy? A. by funding handouts of food and clothing B. by closing banks C. by asking businesses to not lay off employees D. by lowering foreign tariffs
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After the stock market crash, President Hoover try to help the economy: By asking businesses not to lay off employees.

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. Which was not a cause of the Dust Bowl? A. overproduction of crops B. high winds C. drought D. thick layers of prairie grasses
Weegy: Thick layers of prairie grasses was not a cause of the Dust Bowl. The answer is D. (More)
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Who created the painting "American Gothic, which depicts two stern-faced farmers standing stiffly in front of their farmhouse? A. Richard Wright B. Grant Wood C. Orson Welles D. Frank Capra
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Grant Wood created the painting "American Gothic,” which depicts two stern-faced farmers standing stiffly in front of their farmhouse.
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