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Problem: The respiratory system of a lobster and crayfish isa. Composed of feathery gills found at the base of each walking legb. Composed of a book lung that absorbs oxygen from the airc. Composed of small tubules that transport gases throughout the bodyd. Composed of their skin, which must remain moist at all times

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The respiratory system of a lobster and crayfish is

a. Composed of feathery gills found at the base of each walking leg

b. Composed of a book lung that absorbs oxygen from the air

c. Composed of small tubules that transport gases throughout the body

d. Composed of their skin, which must remain moist at all times

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