Asked in Animal LifeBilbies
Do bilbies need to drink water?
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Asked in Bilbies
What problems are likely to occur with the bilby's water loss in its environment?
As bilbies live in semi-arid areas, they rarely need to drink water directly, being able to fulfil their moisture needs with the seeds, fungi, insects and larvae which they eat. However, these other organisms rely on water to grow; if the region becomes too arid, the bilbies lose their source of food.
Asked in Bilbies
How does the bilby survive in its environment with water loss?
Asked in Spiders, Drinking Water
Do black widow spiders need to drink water if they eat every other day?
Asked in Units of Measure, Cooking Measurements, Volume
How many bottles of water you need to drink for 80 ounces?
Asked in Drinking Water
What is correct Need to drink plenty of water or needs to drink plenty of water?
That depends on the subject of the sentence. For example a first or second person subject, such as "I" or "you" would require "need." I need to drink plenty of water. Third person, with the exception of third person plural, uses "needs" John needs to drink plenty of water. Also, any time a group is referred to in the singular such as "this team" you use needs. However, if you were to say a proper name like "the cardinals" you would use need. In short it's: I/you/they/we need to drink plenty of water. John/he/she/ needs to drink plenty of water. "The basketball team" needs to drink plenty of water. "The Globetrotters" need to drink plenty of water.