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Transcript of Survival Stratagies
Being nocturnal is where the animal stays awake during the night and sleeps during the day. The Barn Owl is nocturnal, as well the Vampire bat and the Coyote.
It can be easier for some nocturnal animals to hunt during the night. But it can be a lot easier to be heard or spotted at night.
The seasonal movement of animals from one region to another. the Canada Goose migrates, the monarch butterfly, and the fruit bat migrates as well.
An advantage would be that they get to a warm place during winter, but they could be killed on their journey south.
during the winter some animals do not migrate or hibernate, but continue with their lives. the chickadee remains active, the gray wolf remains active, and so does the ruffed grouse.
An advantage is that they can keep active, and a disadvantage is that there is a chance of death.
producing poison as a means of attacking enemies or prey; venomous. The poison dart frog is poisonous, the cane toad is poisonous, and the blue-ringed octopus is also poisonous.
an advantage could be to attack its enemies, but it could kill something it may not want to.
Hibernating is when the animal sleeps for weeks or months during the winter. the animals store food and eat a lot before the winter comes. The Hedgehog hibernates, the Black bear hibernates, and the raccoon also hibernates.
and advantage could be that they get enough sleep and stay warm and fed all through winter, but a disadvantage could be if they wake up they could starve and die.
camouflage is an adaptation to and animals fur, skin, scales, or feathers, and their coloration often matches their habitat. the snowy owl blends in with the snow, and so does the arctic fox, and the mossy-leaf tailed gecko all use camouflage.
an advantage is a place to hide, and not easily seen, but sometimes it doesn't always fool the predator.