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Biological defense may refer to:
- In biology
- often biological defense mechanism, a form of adaptation that promotes the survivability of an organism by protecting it from its natural enemies. Also see chemical defense and antipredator adaptation.
- In law
- a claim that some biological factor present in the defendant provides a defense against the accused crimes, as in the so-called Twinkie defense.
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