a. between four days to at most seven days in the fluid, the mouse will have no calcium in its bones and boney structures.To recap: Its skeleton falls apart, its head explodes, and it becomes jelly. In other words, the soda turns out to be a bit more acidic than actual dew on an actual mountain.
b. Within four to seven days in the fluid, the mouse's abdominal structure will rupture. Its cranial cavity (head) is also likely to rupture within that time period.
c. by 30 days of exposure to the fluid, all of the mouse's structures will have disintegrated to the point the structures (excepting possibly a portion of the tail) will not be recognizable,and, therefore, the animal itself will not be recognizable. Instead, after 30 days in the fluid, the mouse will have been transformed into a "jelly-like" substance.
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