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Pictures of barnacles?

This is a picture of barnacles


How do starfish help the environment?

Starfish help the environment in numerous ways. Namely, they keep the population of sea mollusks in check, and they keep their habitat free of barnacles and algae.


Task environment is also called?

Market environment


What are the three sub-environment of the business?

micro environmentmacro environmentmarket environment


Are barnacles insects?

Barnacles are crustaceans( a type of arthropods)


How do barnacles breathe?

Barnacles breathe through their testicles. All barnacles are male so that's how they breathe through their testicles.


Barnacles live on whales. Whales carry the barnacles around which helps the barnacles feed. The whales are unaffected. This is an example of .?

commensalism


What is a turtle's niche in a wetland environment?

What are barnacles? Barnacles are marine crustaceans with feathery food-catching appendages; free-swimming as larvae; as adults form a hard shell and live attached to submerged sun-faces. But the answer to the question, What is a turtle's niche in a wetland environment is its shell because niche means its home. So the house of a turtle is its shell.


Example of commensalisms?

An example of commensalism is the relationship between barnacles and Humpback whales. The barnacles cling on too the whale and are carried to rich feeding grounds (So the barnacles benefit)and the whales are not affected by the barnacles.


A example of a commensalism?

An example of commensalism is the relationship between barnacles and Humpback whales. The barnacles cling on too the whale and are carried to rich feeding grounds (So the barnacles benefit)and the whales are not affected by the barnacles.


Are barnacles poisonous to dogs?

Barnacles themselves are not poisonous to dogs. If a dog has eaten a large amount of barnacles, however, it could cause problems.


What does the word barnacles mean?

Barnacles are shellfish that cling to rocks or ships hulls.

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