-These arms are good for maneuvering through the watery planet that is all water. Without them, the creature couldn't turn as well.
-This tail is good for swimming at a good pace through the water. It helps with speed and balance on the water planet.
-These hairy whisker things are good in the water because they help the creature search for the food it eats.
-This mouth is good for eating those thick and hard things it may eat on the planet.
- Do we have cells similar to the aliens you created? How or why not?
- Humans (and probably aliens) have cells that have special functions. What are some of these cells and what organs and systems are they a part of? Give at least three examples and be specific.
1. We do not have similar cells to the aliens because they all come together to create VERY different things on our bodies. We have both adapted to our own planet and if we swapped planets right now, all humans would die there and all of those creatures would die here.
2. One example is that the cells come together to make the brain. It alerts us when we are hurting, tells us what to do, and controls our thoughts. It is part of the nervous system. Another example is our heart. The cells make a thing that pumps blood to all parts of our body. It is part of the blood system. My last example is the lungs. They are good because they take in air and let out waste. They are part of the air system.