This essay Biology Kingdoms has a total of 276 words and 4 pages.
A) I would divide the group of animals buy if they have feathers or 2 limbs for standing with.
B) I would use a ………… graph
A) Some of the features that would be expected from the new animal because its in the class mammalia are being warm blooded, having a pouch for its young, giving birth to live young, and full body hair.
B) Some of the features that would be expected from the new animal because its in the family felidae are having a round head, having 30 teeth and claws and walking on their tows.
C) This new animal would be more like the family felidae than the family hominoidea because hominoidea is all apes and humans.
The feature that would be expected to show on the forelimb is an opposable thumb.
A) I think that the manna gum and the coast tea-tree are the most likely related to each other because of their family names myrtaceae (manna gum) and myrtaccea (coast tea-tree)
C) I think that E. viminalis and eucalyptus marginata are most closely related because they are both in the eucalyptus genus.
A) The fires and strong winds blew the seeds of the native trees from the 1 area to the area of Anglesea and Aireys inlet the non indigenous plants to the area started to thrive and the native plants on top to the cliff were starting to become taken over.
B) One is indigenous to an area and the other is not indigenous to that area but both are endemic to Australia.
Topics Related to Biology Kingdoms
Flora of Tasmania, Trees of Australia, Flora of New South Wales, Eucalyptus, Thumb, Manna, Ape
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