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In contrast to true hibernators such as woodchucks and [#permalink]
01 Nov 2005, 14:10
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In contrast to true hibernators such as woodchucks and hedgehogs, whose body temperatures drop close to the freezing point during the winter months, the body temperature of bears remains nearly normal throughout their prolonged sleep. (A) the body temperature of bears remains nearly normal (B) a nearly normal body temperature is maintained by bears (C) a bearтАЩs body temperature remains nearly normal (D) a bear maintains a body temperature that is nearly normal (E) bears maintain a nearly normal body temperature
My take is E. The parallelism has to be correctly applied. The whose in the initial part of the sentence refers to hedgehogs, and so the underlined sentence should be compared to hedgehogs, which is bears.
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