Why can Rat tailed maggot live in much polluted water?
rat tailed maggots live in the wetlands where they have water to swim in
blood worms can live in polluted water because it is dirty and they like dirty water from melisha wardle
Oxygen. They use their siphon-like snorkel tail to get oxygen from the air, as it is not in the stagnant waters in which they dwell.
I read somewhere that lobsters grow well in polluted waters.
Lungfish can live in polluted water due to their ability to breathe air. Although all species have gills, they're atrophied in all species except for one.
yes but it not very safe or sanitary
After the egg has hatched, a maggot will take 9-14 days to develop into a fly.
because of water that they live in is being polluted
The short-tailed weasel prefers to live in fields and grassland areas, where these fields are located not far from a fresh water source.
A maggot can live without its host if it has taken all it could from it. If the maggot is still undeveloped when taken from the host, it must find a new one in order to continue to grow.
Yes, a maggot can eat a live lizard. There was a fatally wounded lizard on my driveway. It had a large hole, and maggots were along and in it.
If the water gets contmainated then it is basicllay polluted and is not safe to drink or for fish or other water creatures to live in. hope it helped!!
cause people want clean water so they would choose a non-polluted area
Water pollution mostly affects animals that live in the water and any other animal because they all drink water and the water is polluted. hope i helped :)
A maggot cannot grow inside a living person's stomach. The acidic content would instantly kill the maggot. However, maggots could definitely live inside a corpse.
The more mayflies there are, the less polluted the water is, because mayflies can only live in clean freshwater. Dirty water will drown mayflies.
Badly... It depends on the type of fish, the type of water (running vs static, fresh or salt) and the type and concentration of pollutants.
Yes. For example, humans can eat the fish and other living creatures that live in the contaminated/polluted water, and the effects can be harmful.
Ring Tailed Lemurs live in Madagascar in Madagascar
ring tailed lemurs live in Madagascar
You need both water and air to live, so it is your opinion unless you get some facts about it. WE WANT TO LIVE SO JUST MAKE SURE THEY DONT GET POLLUTED.
All animals that eat plants by or in the water, live in the water, swim in the water, or drink the water are polluted by water pollution. So basically, if you pollute the water, you are polluting all animals.
it is called a macroinvertabrate you can google them to get specifics some examples are cadissfly larvae and more
The giant white tailed rat, austrian water rat,rat kangeroo
Yes, a Red-Tailed Hawk can live in the desert.
Most Spiny tailed lizards live in North Africa
Yellow Fat-tailed scorpions live in the deserts of egypt.
Long tailed otters live in central and southern america.
Yes. platypuses are sensitive creatures that can live only in clean water. Polluted or saline water will drive platypuses away, unless they die first.
No, they live just under the skin, burrowing around and eating the flesh in that area.
BLACK tailed Jack rabbits live in the desert Southwest.
The long tailed and short tailed live there.
You get a little extra protein. Maggots do not eat live flesh, so you have nothing to fear. The digestive acids in your stomach alone are strong enough to kill live maggot eggs. If not, those in your digestive tract will.
long tailed weasels live in every climate in the U.S.
Pollution has had a great impact on living things. Fish that live in polluted water have had to alter the foods that they eat to survive.
Black tailed Deer, eagles, and water snakes are commonly seen around the tennessee river.
Amphibians are very sensitive to environmental pollution because they live both in and out of water. This means that if only land or water is polluted they can become infected by the pollution.
Ring-tailed lemurs live on the island of Madagascar, which is geographically grouped with the continent of Africa.
Red-tailed chipmunks live in northern Idaho and Montana, and some parts of southern Canada.
White tailed deer live in a variety of habitats in North America.
Because if we won't, plants will die making it harder to breathe and water can be polluted. It's important to protect the earth because this is where we live.
There are many. For one, you are inhaling exhaust from car emmisions, you may be drinking polluted water from a corrupted water source, and many other things. It really depends on where you live, and what you do.
Maggots live on food sources such as rotten meat and other rotting garbage, this is what they eat till they become flies.
they live in the rainforest.
they live in Korea
The Ring-tailed Lemur lives in the forests of Madagascar.
Yes, my Maggot devoured several living female Dingoes.
In the wild, ring-tailed lemurs can live ~15-20 years, but in captivity they can live into their late 20s or early 30s.
What plants and animals can be found in polluted water and what plants and animals be found in clean water?
many different plants and animals can be found in those habitats, although more life forms live in clean areas.