Where are fats stored in the body? (A) Areolar tissue (B) Squamous tissue (C) Cartilage tissue (D) Adipose tissue

In our body, adipose tissue stores fat. Adipose tissues are referred to as the form of connective tissue produced from adipocytes. Despite the fact that it further pads and helps to protect the body, its primary role is to store energy as fat.

1. Stoutness is not based on the measure of body weight in creatures, like humans, but on the measurement of muscle versus fat – specifically fat tissue.
2. Two types of fat tissue occur in warm-blooded animals, white fat tissue and darker fat tissue.
3. Basically, fat tissue is located underneath the skin, but it is located around the inner organs.

Therefore, the correct answer is option (D)

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