I’m working on a biology writing question and need an explanation to help me understand better.
Walt Disney Productions has been an ingenious entertainment company for more than 50
years. They have amused both adults and children across the world. These stories that are detailed often represent many fantasy worlds that children and adults alike could more than associate with their own lives however, because of their fantasy foundation, many of them do not follow the natural laws and limitations that are acknowledged by science, in the real world. The story of Alice in Wonderland is such a tribute. Alice, a little girl of approximately 10 years old, shrinks to 1/100 of her size and ventures down a rabbit hole into the ground to find an entirely new fantasy world of fun filled characters, dreams and ideas. Remembering that Alice is a warmblooded human being, what type of physiological adaptations would be needed to allow her to continually function normally uninterrupted so that she can run, play, and romp around with all of her new found friends and activities? Remember, this is supposed to be a measure of what you have learned and how you can apply it. Be thorough and accurate!
Make sure that you are very thorough regarding ALL components of Alice that need to be addressed. Good Luck!!