What is true about the coins, shells, hides, and beads that have been used over time as currency? a.) they were usually found on island countries rather than in mainland-based countries. b.) they allowed the religious leaders to gain more wealth than their followers. c.) they were items of worth to the societies that used them. d.) they were always used by peasants rather than by the upper class.
A slum would be your answer, hope this helps!
Because there are other elements that get in touch with it. And over time with, evolution, erosion and temperature their particles tend to mix. So what once was very common became mixed over time.
Horsehair worms most likely have a large surface area compared to their volume.
Horsehair worms belong to Nematomorpha and are also known as Gordian worms. They are 4 inches or longer and extermely thin at 1/80 - 1/10 inch in dimater. They are parasites to grasshoppers, crickets, cockroaches and beetles.
They are usually found very close to Earth's surface less than 1,000 ft underground.
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