Bergmann's rule states that individuals of a given species; for example; a bear will be larger in...

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Bergmann's rule states that individuals of a given species; for example; a bear will be larger in cold climates than in warmer climates. How is an explanation of this rule similar to an explanation of the temperature difference between the Earth's and the Moon's interior?

Internal Structure of the Earth:

We can detect the waves of energy caused by geological active movements inside the earth. According to seismic waves studies, we know that the Internal structures of the Earth. They are composed of a solid inner/ liquid outer core, dense mantle, and thin, low-density crust.

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The larger animals have a larger volume and the ratio of the volume to surface area is greater than that of the smaller animals based on Bergmann's...

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The Internal Layers & Structure of the Earth

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