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Concept 49.3 The senses of taste and smell are closely related in most animals
Many animals use their chem"cal senses to find mates (as when rna e silk moths
respond to pherornores emitted by females), to recognize territory that has been ...
Many fly'ng animals have structural adaptations that reduce body mass. B'rds, for
example, have no urinary bladder or teeth (see Chapter 34). A fusiform shape
helps reduce drag in air as it does in water. Comparing Costs of Locomotion The
1073-1074) Wa king, running, hopping, or craw 'ng on land requires an animal to
support itself and to move agairst gravity. > Comparing Costs of Locomotion (p.
1074) Animals that are specialized for swimming expend less energy per meter ...
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