Fish get rid of ammonia via the gills. However, it's done by passive diffusion. That means that the ammonia concentration of the fish can not be less than that of the waterNo I don't think so.. Fish expel ammonia (though mostly through the gills I believe) and we expel urea (which is ammonia with carbon dioxide)..
We use metric but the gallon is the imperial gallon which is larger than the US gallon.Haha I don't know how much a Canadian gallon is, I didn't even know it was different from a standard gallon
Also most likely because we use the metric system.
It looks like thick water but the petrol thing my analogy is like the way you can see it you know how its almost shiney like an oil slick in the ocean but its clear. Looks thick though
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