Living organisms adapt themselves according to their habitat. Match the following.
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A. Fish: Most fish have several fins for swimming. Their principal function is to help the fish swim. Fins located in different places on the fish serve different purposes such as moving forward, turning, keeping an upright position, or stopping. Most fish use fins when swimming, flying fish use pectoral fins for gliding, and frogfish use them for crawling.
B. Camel: Camel is a desert animal. To protect it from the heat of the sun, its skin is thick and not very hairy. The skin of the camel is attached rather tightly to the underlying tissues and has short fine hairs which help in regulating the body temperature.
C. Frog: Hind limbs with web assist them in swimming. Frogs who have them swim faster. They create more surface area, allowing the frogs to apply more force against the surrounding water.
D. Bird: they have wings which are modifications of the forelimbs which help in the flight.