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is molar a type of deciduous teeth
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Yes; all types of teeth (molars, incisors, canines etc) are types of deciduous teeth.
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thanks, ONGARO
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tell me animals that breathe through gills please
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tell me animals that breathe through gills please
Aquatic organisms, yes.
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explain
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explain
Explain what? Why they use gills? How gills are adapted? The process of respiration within gills? You need to be more specific and preferably make a thread in Biology, biochemistry and other life sciences for more responses.
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sorry why they use gills
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sorry why they use gills
It's the gaseous exchange organ for aquatic animals. Fish etc. have gills which are specifically adapted for gaseous exchange as they have a large surface area (through structures like lamellae), thin membranes and lots and lots of capillaries. Fish need oxygen for respiration and they also need to expel waste CO2 just like any other living organism, and it just so happens gills are the organ for gaseous exchange in aquatic animals.

I've not done A-Level Biology in two years now so my knowledge might be rusty but it's probably on the right lines...
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did locust live in soil
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For most of their lives they live underground, so yeah
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