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By: Jackson Heinrich MARINE IGUANA Land Iguana Galapagos Penguin Description of the area. Information about organism Compare to other
organisms Marine Iguana Cool climate where the marine
iguana lives (Galapagos).
The vegetation is closely related to the South American continent, which is a tropical rainforest. These unusual creatures lack in looks and make up for with their amazing
and unique ecological adaptations.
They live in a marine like environment
while they live in the water just as much
as they live on land. The water is where they eat and lay eggs. These organisms reproduce sexually and lay eggs. It can be compared to other iguanas and lizards
such as land iguanas and komodo dragons. Special adaptations Sources These animals have amazing adaptations such as being able to swim a lot of the time making them more of a marine animal. They grow very cool spikes on their back and they migrated from South America. http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/reptiles/marine-iguana/ w3.shorecrest.org/~Lisa_Peck/MarineBio/syllabus/.../adapt.html Information about organisms Sources Comparison between other species Description of the
area LAND IGUANA The land iguana lives in a warm climate in the Galapagos region. Their vegetation is more like a desert like environment. It includes cacti and some trees. http://www.galapagos.org/about_galapagos/reptiles/ www.nationalgeographic.com/ Special adaptations "Distantly related to the green iguana of South America continent, Galapagos land iguanas can be over a meter long, with males weighing up to 13 kilograms. Their rough, wrinkled skin is yellowish with scattered pacthes of black, brown and rust. Two species occur in Galapagos - Conolophus subcristatus is native to six islands, while Conolophus pallidus is native only to Sante Fe.'' They have adapted to a desert like environment. http://www.worldwander.com/Galapagos/land.htm "The males defend specific areas, which usually include more than one female. Male Iguanas can be highly aggressive towards each other. Territorial displays involve rapid nodding of the head and, sometimes, biting and tail-thrashing battles.'' These animals also eat cacti. They live in the Galapagos islands. Only some females can be aggressive when it comes to protecting their young. These animals are compared to the marine iguana because it has some of its blood in it. Description of the area Special adaptations Sources Information about organism Galapagos Penguin These Galapagos penguins live in the farthest northern area of the penguins. It lives on a small island in Galapagos with a lot of other unique animals. ''This diminutive penguin has a black head and upperparts, with a narrow white line extending from the throat around the head to the corner of the eye (4).'' These penguins eat just like other penguins they like smaller fish. http://www.arkive.org/galapagos-penguin/spheniscus-mendiculus/ These penguins have been able to adapt to a Galapagos environment the climate is a lot more different than an Antarctica a very cold climate which can't even compare to the Galapagos. Comparison of species This penguin can compare to all of the penguins in the world they swim and eat lots of small fish and they can't fly. THE END!