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 How do kidneys reduce water loss in terrestrial animals?

Answer By excreting concentrated urine.
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How do kidneys function to reduce water loss in terrestial animals?

How do plants reduce water loss?

Stomatas close to prevent transpiration occurring, and this goes to further water loss.
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Carbonated Water Vs. Flat Water for Healthy Kidneys?

Drinking carbonated water actually will result in more pressure being put on the kidneys, according to the website Carbonated Seltzer Water. The kidneys, less than a pound in weight each, are alrea... Read More »
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Can To much water in unborn baby's kidneys be fatal?

My guess would be yes. The reason that I say this is because you need a specially trained person to use the feeding pump, feedings tube, and feedings. Preschools/Schools without a person specialize... Read More »
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