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Milwaukee Zoo Field Trip

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Michael Gullens

on 17 October 2012

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Transcript of Milwaukee Zoo Field Trip

MilWaukee Zoo Field Trip Giraffe(Rahna) Type Of Adaptation: Anotomical Adaptation: Long kneck
How it helps: Helps them reach their food(leaves) Siberian Tiger(Panthera Tigris Altaica) Adaptation: Sharp teeth
How it helps: To help get food to eat Type of adaptation: Anotomical Harbor Seal(Phoca Vitulina) Adaptation: Large eyes
How it helps: Helps them see underwater Type of adaptaion: Anotomical Peafowl( Pavo Christatus Adaptation: Bright colors
How it helps: To attract males( Reproduce) Type of adaptation: Anotomical Cotton Top Tamerin( Saginus Opedipus) Adaptation: Spend a lot of time grooming themselves
How it helps: Helps with socializing to create and maintain bonds between primates. Type of adaptation: Behavioral Pakus( Pah-coo) Adaptation: Gills
How it helps: For it to breathe in underwater surfaces. Type of adaptation: Anotomical Black-tailed Rattle Snake(Crotalus Mollosus) Adaptation: Tail raddles when in danger
How it helps: It helps keep them from getting captured or eaten. Type of adaptation: Behavioral Adaptation: Thumbs
How it helps: Helps climb and pick up food Type of Adaptation: Anatomical Eastern Lowland Gorilla (Gorilla beringei grauen)(Alex K.)
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