Q. 765.0( 3 Votes )
There are five animals P, Q R, S and T. The animal P always lives in water and has gills for breathing. The animal Q can stay in water as well as on land and can breathe both, through moist skin and lungs. The animal R lives in soil and breathes only through its skin. The animal S lives on land and breathes through spiracles and tracheae. And animal T lives in water and breathes through its cell membrane.
(a) Which of the animals could be Amoeba?
(b) Which of the animals could be frog?
(c) Which animal could be fish?
(d) Which animal could be grasshopper?
(e) Which animal could be earthworm?
(a) Animal T could be Amoeba because it lives in water and breathes through its cell membrane.
(b) Animal Q could be frog because it can stay in water as well as on land and can breathe both, through moist skin and lungs.
(c) Animal P could be fish because it lives in water and has gills for breathing.
(d) Animal S could be grasshopper because lives on land and breathes through spiracles and tracheae.
(e) Animal R could be earthworm because it lives in soil and breathes only through its skin.
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