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    Andrew J
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    Okay guys, I have a few biology questions.?

    Okay guys, I have a few biology questions. Could you please help me with them. Thanks:

    1) Which animal has the smallest body surface area compared to its volume: A polar bear or a kangaroo rat

    2) How does an animal's shape help reduce its body surface area compared to its volume.

    3) How does having a small body surface area compared to its volume affect the amount of heat loss from its body

    4) How does having a large body surface compared to its volume affect the heat loss from the animals body.

    Thanks guys.

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    Jazz
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    a polar bear
    because the surface area is whats its made of on the outside
    cant keep the heat in
    to much heat to keep traped

 

 

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