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The modes of animal locomotion are diverse. Most animal phyla irclude species
that swirn. On land and in the sediments on the floor of the sea and lakes,
animals crawl, walk, run, or hop. Active fl'ght (in contrast to gliding downQ. '*< 'ard
Diverse adaptations for traveling on land have evolved in various vertebrates. For
example, kangaroos rave large, powerful muscles 'n their hind legs, suitable for
locomotior by hopping (Figure 49.36). When a kangaroo lands, tendons in its ...
Pain is detected by a group of diverse receptors that respond to excess heat,
pressure, or specific classes of chemicals. Concept 49.2 > Sensing Gravity and
Sound in Invertebrates (p. 1050) Most invertebrates sense their orientation with ...
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