Biology 20

Identify one biochemical that is of particular significance to your animal. Explain why it is significant to your assigned animal and describe it. This chemical could be an enzyme, a toxin, something used in scent marking, or any other biochemical agent and should be made/used directly by your animal.

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I have been assigned the animal: pronghorn

I've looked everywhere and I can't seem to find any information. May I please get websites?

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