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Dhole Adaptations

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Liz Birchfield

on 12 February 2015

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Dhole Adaptations
By Liz
Adaptation #1
Jumping ability

They can jump over 3 meters high and can jump over a 5 meter gap. This ablity helps them hunt prey.
Adaptation #2
long fur
Their long fur is water resistant and keep them warm.
Adaptation #3
social behavior
They like to live in packs, like wolves. This helps them hunt more successfully.
Adaptation #4
strong swimmer
This helps them kill more efficiently by leading the animal into water to kill it.
Adaptation #5
more tits
Thsi helps them feed more pups so that there will be more strong, healthy pups to add to the pack.
Adaptation #7
fur color that depends on the environment
This helps them have camouflage in whatever environment the are in.
Behavior # 1
Behavior: Pack behavior
External Stimulus (sensory input): see, hear, smell, touch
Internal Stimulus (motivation): Safety, mating
Required Physical Traits: ears, vocal chords, eyes, touch
Benefit: They get safety and it is easier to kill prey.
Behavior #2
Separating in the Spring.
Behavior: break into 3-5 members in spring
External Stimulus (sensory input): sight, hearing, touch
Internal Stimulus (motivation): To kill fawns
Required Physical Traits: paws, eyes, vocal chords, leg muscles
Benefit: It is easier to catch fawns in the Spring
Behavior #3
Keeping the peace
Behavior: The don’t fight nearly at all
External Stimulus (sensory input): hear, smell, eyes
Internal Stimulus (motivation): they don’t want to get hurt
Required Physical Traits:ears, eyes, muscles near stomach, legs
Benefit: If they don’t hurt each other, then there are more individuals to hunt and kill prey.
Behavior #4
Motherly Love
Behavior: some of them care for another’s pups
External Stimulus (sensory input): see, hear, smell, touch
Internal Stimulus (motivation): motherly instincts
Required Physical Traits: tits, mouth
Benefit: So more pups survive.
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