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Problem 7b
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A swim bladder is a gas-filled sac that helps fish maintain buoyancy. The evolution of the swim bladder from the air-breathing organ (a simple lung) of an ancestral fish is an example of a. exaptation. b. changes in Hox gene expression. c. paedomorphosis. d. adaptive radiation.

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