1. "Your inner fish" is a phrase that has become common among biologists (including artwork as shown here
as well as the title of a book and TV show). In terms of what we have discussed this semester, what does this phrase mean, and why might it be a reasonable way to refer to mammals like ourselves? Describe three separate, specific examples of traits that could be described by this phrase and for each one use the appropriate course theme(s) to explain why this way of thinking makes sense for that trait.
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