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Animals adapted to the dry?

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just a question I need answered. How are different animals adapted to dry conditions?
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They would have a waterproof integument to reduce water loss passively. They have a low glomerular-filtration rate, thus have small kidneys. They avoid themselves from the atmosphere (some animals would undergo aestivation) like some species of earthworms.
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