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Antartic Animals

This presentation will show you the the amazing animals that live in Antartica.

Coop Gold

on 4 May 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Antarctic Animals Chinstrap Pinguins
Humpback Whale Polar Bears
Artic Fox King Penguins King Penguins Swimming Artic Wolf Jumping
Walrus The Antarctic animals have adapted in many ways to survive in their harsh enviroment. One way is by having white furr. This helps them hide from predators by using camoflauge and blending in with the snow. The artic fox has learned to burrow into the ground to escape blizards and snowstorms. Polar bears have adapted to have slightly webed front feet, so they can swim faster. Penguins have learned to huddle together to conserve energy and body heat. Walruses use their tusks for several uses. First, they use their tusks to hall their 1.5 tons bodies out of the water. They also use them to break holes in the ice. Finally they use them to attrack mates. Many animals have adapted to have furr on their feet, so they dont get cuts or hypothermia. Killer Whales have learned to hunt in pods, so they can capture and eat more food. Wolves use this same strategy. Killer Whale (Orca) Mom and baby Polar Bear ADAPTIONS THE ANTARCTIC HABITAT The animals that live in the antarctic have an extreme enviorment. They have to survive -60 degrees Fahrenheit temperature during the winter. And, that is without wind chill factor. In addition, the ground is always ice and snow.
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