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why do underwater plants have long thin leaves

The aquatic animals in ponds are fishes and frogs. Adaptation in aquatic animals are as follows:
1) The fishes in the pond have streamlined body. 2) They have gills for breathing. 3) They have a muscular tail and fins for movement. 4) The frogs in the pond have webbed feet to swim in water. 1) The roots of these plants are much reduced in size. 2) The stems of these plants are long, hollow and light.


The stems grow up to the surface of water while the leaves and flowers, float on the surface of the water. 3) Some totally submerged plants have narrow and thin ribbon-like leaves.


These can bend in the flowing water, while in some plants the leaves are often highly divided, through which the water can easily flow without damaging them. Media upload failed. You can try again to add the media or go ahead and post the answer Media upload failed.


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