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The Java island
Transcript of The Java island
The vegetation on Java has dense rain forest with a diversity of trees like fruit trees, eak, and rasamala trees. Others vegetation there are many different bamboo trees as well, and in some areas there are small swamps and low lands.
http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Java Javan peacock. Java lutung monkey. Axolotl. Java peacock. Java and it's endemic species. Out of all peacocks in the world most people know of the blue peacock, the indian peacock. The Java peacock is closely related to the indian, the only different is the necks. The indian peacock has a blue neck and the Javan peacock has a green neck.
An important adaption of the peacocks is their eyes. Because of their eyes being so bold, big, and rounded, it helps them look out for predators and be prepared, which also helps the banteng cattle, who inhabit the fields of Java with the cattle and helps them by bringing insects for peacocks to feed on. In the fields, during mating season, the male peacocks strut and show off the beautiful feathers and the peafowls get interested and mating happens.
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/peacock/ Island and evolution video Java. Java lutung monkey. Axolotl. http://www.axolotl.org/biology.htm http://www.wild-facts.com/2011/wild-fact-403-a-different-monkey-silvery-lutung/ The Java lutung monkey is a small endemic creature to Java and manly stays up on tree tops and climbs up and down everyday getting their food ,which are small seed of tree buds.
These amazing small creature has an adaption using it's tail. Using their tails is like third hand. They are able to climb up and day by using it and it always helps by giving them more balance and the ability to help get their food. In my the lutung is closely relaited to many different monkeys but manly the java langur monkey, which brings me back to their tails and maybe that's how they evolved though the of evoulation.
How they mate is just like we do, but i'm not going into detail. Thought out the years, the monkeys stay with one mate till they die. The axolotl is a type of salamander, which live in the native rivers of Java, and is closely retailed to the tiger salamander, in research, many people say the axolotl is a direct shoot off from the tiger salamander over the years of evolution.
Being a breed of the tiger salamander, it gets some of it's adaptions from the tiger salamander. One of it's adaption is their gills. A neat adaption or characteristic is that usually their external gills found in the larval form of most salamanders, the axolotls is unable to go through metamorphosis to change into an adult form because of this characteristic, which is one of the most unique adaptations that classifies the Axolotl.
The axolotl like to breed in the more planted area of the rivers, and by doing the males pushes the female over to a compatible spot and then the females lift up the tails for the males and then the magic happens for the males and females. Alyssa Burkeen
February 26, 2013