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Adaptations Of The Gray Fox
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This means he can eat both plants and animals to survive. He eats eggs, insects, birds, fruit, acorns, and berries. He can usually always find food because he can eat both plants and meat. This is important because the desert is a hard place for most meat (animals) to survive.
He is part of the dog family so that means he has very good smell. He can sniff out his food source. Its hard finding food in the desert so this helps him.
(Physical Adaptations) The Gray Fox can climb trees because he has hooked claws on his paws. This means he can escape from a predator. He can seek shelter in the trees from weather. He can also hunt prey better.
He can run short distances really fast! He can run 28 mph. to get away from danger.
He has grey, white, and black colors on his fur that keep him hidden well in the desert.
(Physical Adaptations) Adaptations
Of The Gray Fox By Harrison Tucker Food Protection Desert Heat The Gray Fox digs burrows in the ground to escape the hot sun. He can cover the entrance to protect himself from the desert wind.
The Gray Fox has furry feet. His feet have extra fur on the bottom so he can walk on the hot, desert ground without hurting.
The Gray Fox is nocturnal. He can choose to sleep during day and hunt at night to avoid the heat.
(Physical Adaptation) Living in the Atacama Desert can be challenging for animals. The Gray Fox survives in the desert because of physical and behavioral adaptations. The three biggest challenges the Gray Fox faces in the Desert Biome are finding food, staying safe from predators and surviving the desert heat. So as you can see, the Gray Fox is able to survive in the Atacama Desert because of the physical and behavioral adaptations he has. The Gray Fox is very smart and actually learns alot of his survival skills as he grows up. As a result, the Gray Fox continues to survive and multiply in the desert.