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how do plants and animals respond to changing seasons?

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Heather Shaw

on 19 March 2014

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Transcript of how do plants and animals respond to changing seasons?

-Young learn to find food.

-Food is easy to find.

-Animals grow stronger.

-Insect populations increase.

-Animals learn skills they need to survive.

-Animals find ways to cool off.
how do plants and animals respond to changing seasons?
-Branches are thick with leaves.
-Frost forms over plants and keeps the plants, seeds, and roots safe from the cold.

-Many trees lose their leaves and fruit but the roots are safe underground.

-Many plants die.

-There is little to no growth.
-In Spring the days are longer and there is more rainfall.
-More food for animals is better for
having baby animals.

-Old, thick fur is shed.

-Dens and nests are made.

-Animals such as bears, squirrels, and some insects come out of hibernation.

-Migrate back home from their winter home.
-Leaves change their colors.

-Shorter days means less sunlight.

-Plants make less food and save energy.

-Leaves fall off of the trees.

-Sap moves into the roots.

-Seeds are ready to harvest.

-Leaves and flowers begin to grow.

-The weather is nice and warm for
-Fur thickens for animals.

- Many animals hibernate.

- Food is difficult to find.

- Most animals are adults now.

-Some animals migrate.

-The sap returns to tree branches.

-Seeds start to sprout.
-Fruit is growing but not yet ripe.
-Some plants may die from the heat.
-Plants reach their full height.

-Summer days are the longest which
means more sunlight.
-Many places have enough rain, but
others might experience droughts.
- Animals begin putting on weight.

- Fur begins to get thicker.

- Food is gathered and stored.

- Some animals migrate to warmer climates. (Butterflies, Whales, Buffalo)
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