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28 January, 10:58

List 5 anatomical features that you observed in the frog but not the fish. describe why each of the features might not be present in the fish.

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  1. 28 January, 11:30
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    There are several anatomical features that are different in frogs than in fish. First, frogs have lungs whereas fish have no need for lungs as they have gills to breathe underwater. Second, frogs have what is called tympanum, which gives them the ability to hear out of the water. Fish do not have this because they do not have a need for it. Third, frogs have three different chambers in their hearts whereas fish do not need this and they only have blood circulation in a singular form. Fourth, unlike frogs, fish do not need to store fat in their bodies. And finally, unlike frogs, fish have no need for limbs.
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