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1

Why do carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores have different type of teeth?

That's their adaption to the food they eat

2

How do animal cells exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide with their surroundings

Some animals breath oxygen, others absorb it through their skin

3

What is the purpose of digestion

Breaks down food that isn't chewable or to big to be broken down

4

What determines the type of respiratory system an animal has?

Where it lives

5

How does an open circulatory system work?

Blood travels in open spaces

6

How does a closed circulatory system work

Vessels pump blood to and away from the heart

7

What three places can embryo develop?

Outside the parents body, inside the parents body, and inside of an egg

8

What is the difference in parental care between reptiles, fishes, and amphibians and birds and mammals

Usually, amphibians, reptiles, and fish don't receive parental care, while mammals do

9

Why do animals reproduce?

For the survival of the species

10

How do animals reproduce asexually

Only one parent is involved, using budding (offspring grows on parent and breaks off)

11

How do animals reproduce sexually?

2 parent genetics combine together.
OR
the male sperm cell fertilizes the female egg cell