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That chemical is a hazard. *
A tick is a small biting insect.
Platinum is chemically inert and so is useful in laboratory apparatus.
We're studying the differences between solids, liquids, and gases.
Platypuses are among the few egg-laying mammals.
When conducting an experiment, make sure you follow the method carefully.
The tree needs nutrients from the soil to survive.
Bacteria is a single celled organism. *
The earth's atmosphere is one-fifth oxygen.
Subatomic particles are even smaller than atoms.
Wasps are important predators.
The deeper you swim, the greater the water pressure.
The human body is warm and moist, providing an ideal environment for bacteria to reproduce. *
All living things respire.
We are studying the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
We made a simple solution of sugar and water.
The temperature in the desert was over 40 degrees.
The thermometer gave an accurate measure of the temperature of the room. *
About 4% of animal species are vertebrates.
Blood vessels are part of the circulatory system.

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