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Unformatted text preview: The crocodile, snake and pigeon have a similar way of excreting wastes such as uric acid. Another homoplasy is present within the mudpuppy, crocodile & pigeon which are the same number of digits (4) on each limb. Finally, the homoplasy within bear, monkey, crocodile and pigeon, is that they also have paired limbs. Although the endotherms and ectotherms have similar traits, they both originated from the lamprey, which is a common ancestor for both characters....
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