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Hi, I thought there must be some animal or creature that has an organ or anatomical structure that can store a volume of liquid water to keep for times of water scarcity and then they could release it into their system to maintain hydration. This way it wouldn't affect the osmotic balance of the interstitial tissues and overall system. Is this even possible physiologically because I know fish have swim bladders but obviously for different purposes. Thank you!
Re: Is there an animal that stores liquid water separate from its circulation?
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