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Fish are not able to regulate their body temperature by producing heat.

How could a fish adjust its body temperature if it were too warm? ...

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Fish are not able to regulate their body temperature by producing heat.

How could a fish adjust its body temperature if it were too warm?
a. swimming into cooler water
b. evaporating water from its skin
c. expelling water from its body
d. speeding up its level of activity

Answer

a.
Swimming into cooler water.
under water no evaporation can happen, expelling water still doesn't decrease the temperature around it and speeding up its level of activity will result in an increase in temperature.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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