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Unformatted text preview: Contents PRACTICE TEST 15 ......................................................................................................................... 3 PRACTICE TEST 16 ....................................................................................................................... 11 PRACTICE TEST 17 ....................................................................................................................... 18 PRACTICE TEST 18 ....................................................................................................................... 25 PRACTICE TEST 19 ....................................................................................................................... 32 PRACTICE TEST 20 ....................................................................................................................... 40 PRACTICE TEST 21 ....................................................................................................................... 48 PRACTICE TEST 22 ....................................................................................................................... 56 PRACTICE TEST 23 ....................................................................................................................... 63 PRACTICE TEST 24 ....................................................................................................................... 70 PRACTICE TEST 25 ....................................................................................................................... 77 PRACTICE TEST 26 ....................................................................................................................... 84 PRACTICE TEST 27 ....................................................................................................................... 91 PRACTICE TEST 28 ....................................................................................................................... 98 PRACTICE TEST 29 .................................................................................................................... 105 ANSWER KEY .............................................................................................................................. 112 PRACTICE TEST 15 May 2000 Question 1-9 The canopy ,the upper level of the trees in the rain forest, holds a plethora of climbing mammals of moderately large size, which may include monkeys, cats, civets, and porcupines. Smaller species, including such rodents as mice and small squirrels ,are not Line as prevalent overall in high tropical canopies as they are in most habitats globally. (5) Small mammals, being warm blooded, suffer hardship in the exposed and turbulent environment of the uppermost trees. Because a small body has more surface area per unit of weight than a large one of similar shape, it gains or loses heat more swiftly. Thus, in the trees, where shelter from heat and cold may be scarce and conditions may fluctuate, a small mammal may have trouble maintaining its body temperature.small mammal may have trouble maintaining its body temperature....
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