1. Where does the fish take in water
- the mouth
- the gills
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2. What is an adaptation insects have to prevent valuable water from escaping through the entrance holes?
- The holes can be opened and closed using tiny valves
- The holes are very small to reduce water loss
- The holes are on the upper half of the body to prevent water tipping out
- They have no adaptations as there is no water loss
3. Bony fish have gill arches, where are these located?
- on their abdomen
- by either side of their head
- just below their fins
4. Where do tracheoles travel to in an insect?
- to the lungs
- to the brain
- between cells and into muscle fibres, where respiration takes place
- to the cells which complete respiration independently
5. what directions do the water and blood flow in a fish
- blood moves to the right, water moves to the left
- in opposite directions
- blood moves to the left, water moves to the right
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