Environmental Sciences, asked by junaid6320, 14 days ago

4. The patterns by which animals may be recognised are due to
a. colour of the skin ( ) b. Hair on their skin ( )
c. feel of their skin ( ) d. Both (a) and (c) ( )


Answered by MalayaDhal


Both a and c is the answer...

Answered by aryansuts01


The answer is option(d). Both (a) and (c) ( )

Animals' hair and skin give them various patterns and colours.


The smell produced by the sweat glands found in an animal's skin is used to identify that animal. Each species' MHC Major Histocompatibility Complex is built the same way, causing animals of the same species to emit the same odour. Animals can thus be identified by their skin. According to Turing, patterns are dependent on both interacting agents and agent diffusion. No one element by itself can produce a pattern.

  • Every animal's skin has a distinctive pattern.
  • Every person has a unique one, just like our fingerprint.
  • There will never be two people with the same fingerprints.
  • Because of this, a fingerprint is regarded as a reliable mark and reliable evidence.
  • Zebra and the cheetah both have striped skin.
  • According to legend, no two zebras will have the same skin patterns.
  • Every zebra experiences it differently.
  • Thus, the distinctiveness of an animal's skin pattern aids in identification.


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