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Animal Adaptations

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karen krupa

on 30 December 2010

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Transcript of Animal Adaptations

Adaptations Body parts or behaviors that
help plants and animals survive
and reproduce. Organism's needs:
food, water, air, climate,
pretection from predators or
bad weather. Behaviors are either
instinct or learned. To get food:
Gathering nuts to store/instinct
Wolves hunt in packs/learned Herbivores-grinding teeth
Carnivores- Tearing teeth Bird beaks- hard to crack seeds
sharp to tear flesh or tube to
suck nectar
To get water: Dew Beetles who tilt to collect morning dew. Desert Toads with bladders to recycle urine. To get Oxygen: Fish use gills, amphibians use skin and mammals use lungs. Surviving heat- Light color coverings, hide in burrows, bees fan their wings in hives. Surviving cold: blubber, thick fur, migration, hibernation Hide from predators/ hunt
for prey: camouflage, mimcry,
shells, strong legs, warning coloration Mating: colors to attract,
fight to win females Care for young- pouches,
circling young, make nests
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