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Alien adaptations

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zarah fowler

on 21 January 2015

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Venus produces a greenhouse effect that raises its temperatures from about 400 degrees to over 740 k. (could melt lead) so the alien "sweats" a type of liquid to protect itself from the blazing heat.
Mars is known for its huge dust storms that engulf the entire planet, the effects of these storms are dramatic. They are certainly hurtful to the eye, so my alien has a set of extra lens that resist the dust and protect the eye.
Largest and most massive planet in solar system, it contains twice the amount of material of the other bodies circling the sun combined. My alien takes these materials and puts them in an "oven" to turn them into internal food.
Since Saturn is the least dense planet (gravity is 0.7) my alien has wings since it can't actually "land" on the planet.
Since the temperature of Uranus is -357 degrees Fahrenheit, my alien uses its internal heating and cooling system to warm itself up.
Mercury has a very thin atmosphere, because of this many meteors hit the ground of mercury. This may cause my alien to get hit by on of those meteors so he has a protective shield that deflects the falling trash.
Alien adaptations
by Zarah

Also the surface of mercury is often changing temperatures, from hot to cold. So my alien has an internal heating and cooling system to protect against these dramatic changes.
The winds on this planet are very strong (350 kph) at the cloud tops and slow at the surface. Because of this my alien has turn able blockers to slow down and move with the different winds.
Mars also has a cold temperature and a thin atmosphere, which doesn't allow liquid water to exist. So my alien has a special pouch where it keeps all the liquid water it has collected and reuses it, time after time.
Jupiter has a type of "radiation" that is similar to what is found within earths Van Allen Belts. To a human, it would be fatal, but my alien has a plastic like covering to protect against this radiation.
Saturn's energy is hot (12000 k), it radiates more energy into space that it receives from the sun. So my alien has special plates on its belly and feet to stop this powerful energy.
With the thin rings on Uranus it is hard for my alien to put its whole foot on a ring, so it uses spikes to attach to parts of the rings.
Its atmosphere is mostly hydrogen an helium with a small amount of methane. As a result of this mt alien uses gills to "breath" this air and turn it into power.
Neptune's winds are three times stronger than Jupiter's. So on this planet instead of fighting the wind, my alien turns arrow dynamic and flows with the wind.
Since Pluto has little atmosphere, my alien stores its breath in special lungs to collect "breath" to not die on this Dwarf planet
Pluto's surface is known to be a brownish color, so my alien has a brownish skin to blend in with Pluto's surface.
Asteroids are uneven and irregular shaped so my alien has suction cups on its feet to stick to the moving object.
My alien has a tail to wrap around a meteor while it is moving. This way, it doesn't get thrown off.
Comets cores are made of ice, so my aliens tongue collects this ice and turns it into liquid to be stored in the water pouch.
Since a comet is always moving and stuff is always falling off my alien has special vision to see through all the dust.
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