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Evolution

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Question 1: Includes spiders, crabs, millipeds, and insects:






Question 2: Includes snakes, bony fishes, lampreys, and cows






Question 3: Includes hydra, corals, jellyfish, and sea anemones






Question 4: Includes clams, mussels, squid, and octopus






Question 5: Includes blood and liver flukes, tapeworms, and planaria






Question 6: Body skeleton, gill covered by an operculum, paired pelvic and pectoral fins, tail usually symmetrical, scales over the body surface:






Question 7: Persistent notochord, cartilagenous skeleton, no lower jaw






Question 8: Lung respiration, egg laying with amnion and a shell, scales over the body surface, tetrapod.






Question 9: Segmented into head, abdomen, and thorax; uses three pairs of walking legs, many forms of paired wings:






Question 10: Prehensile tentacles surrounding the head, shell internal, external, or absent; siphon-mediated jet propulsion, large camera-type eye:






Question 11: The system of binomial nomenclature used in taxonomy was first proposed by:





Question 12: The taxonomic level between class and family is:





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