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Chameleon Adaptations

World Geography 3202 - Adaptations Project

Erica Lee

on 5 December 2011

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Transcript of Chameleon Adaptations

Chameleon chameleons have many adaptations that help them survive in their enviroment. Chameleons can move their eyes independently. They can see two different images at the same time.
This helps Chameleons to protect themselves from predators. EYES Helps chameleons to hang from a tree. TAIL Change color depending on temperature, mood, and during breeding.
This is how they communicate with other chameleons through slight color changes. SKIN they can extend their tongue out for nearly a foot and catch an insect with incredible accuracy. TONGUE Chameleons have Y-shaped feet. This gives them a strong grasp for climbing. On the front limb, the foot has two toes on the outside and three on the inside. FEET Behavioral A behavioral adaption would be the manner in which the chameleon moves throughout vines and limbs. They move very slow, wavy, and precise so they appear to be leaves blowing in the wind. This makes them less likely to be spotted by a predator. adaptations are the way living organisms cope with environmental stresses and pressures So, as you can see....
Chameleons have very interesting adaptations.
Without these abilities they would not survive in their environment The End! By Erica Lee & Suzy Lim
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