What four characteristics are shared by both sponges and humans?
Both humans and sponges are made of millions of cells, both need oxygen to survive, both need water and both produce waste products.
Humans and platypuses a both mammals, so they share a number of characteristics. Some of these include obvious things such as both being warm-blooded vertebrates that breathe air. Humans and platypuses both have a four-chambered heart; they both nurture their babies on mothers' milk; they also have enhanced neocortex development.
Hexactinellida, Calcarea, Demospongiae, and Sclerospongiae Technically, however, the Sclerospongiae are not considered sponges. They are very similar, but they are not the same. Like bats and birds who have both evolved the ability to fly but are not the same types of animals, Slerospongiae have evolved and became very similar to sponges, but they are not sponges.
Computers and humans don't share many characteristics, but here are a few: computers and humans are most likely to fail when you need them most both can be infected with a virus (different forms of viruses though) computers and humans tend to break when being dropped from a great height both computers and humans are often expected to do as they are told both (modern) computers and humans support sleep mode neither benefits from alcohol…