What do fish, tadpoles, and spiders have in common?


What do fish, tadpoles, and spiders have in common?


Organisms may live in a wide variety of different habitats. This is the set of physical features, conditions, and interactions that surrounds a population. Some organisms are adapted to terrestrial areas while others live on aquatic habitats. Organisms may evolve varied mechanisms in order to thrive in their respective habitats, such as wings to fly or gills to breathe underwater.

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Tadpoles are cold-blooded larval stage of frogs or toads that have backbones. They are unique in that they spend time on both water like fish and land...

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