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Animal Adaptations Partner Project: Andrew & Cooper

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Andrew Overton

on 20 March 2014

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Transcript of Animal Adaptations Partner Project: Andrew & Cooper

Odor Glands; Structural Adaptation
This is what gives animals the ability to make smells

Skunks use this adaptation.
stink bugs also use this adaptation.
Coloration; Structural adaptation

An appearance with regard to color arrangement or use of colors.

Chameleons use this adaptation to bleng in to thing to hide.

Leopards use this adaptation to blend in in the grass.
Migration; behavioral adaptation
The act of migrating or moving to a new location.

Ducks use this adaptation, and Geese also use this adaptation to fly to warmer weather.
Beaks;Structural adaptation
The "bill" of an animal usealy birds.

Doves use this adaptation and Chickens use this adaptation also to "peck" up their food.
Hibernation; Behavioral
Things that you walk on or crawl on.

Hawks, and Crows use this adaptation to grip tree branches.
When animals go to sleep for winter. This is called hibernation.
Chipmunks use this adaptation,
along with bears to survive the cold winter when food is scarce.
Fur; structural
Fur keeps animals warm when it is cold.

Dogs and polar bears use this adaptation to keep warm.
Animal Adaptations

Andrew & Cooper
Estivation; Behavioral
Crocodiles and snails use this to help stay cool in the summer.
Hibernating in the
Teeth; Structural;
Sharks and piranhas use them to kill and grip their prey.
Spine; Structual

The body part that holds us strait.
Wings; Structural

Bald Eagles and sea gulls have wings that help them fly.
Ears; Structural

They let you hear.
Elephants and Deer use this adaptation to hear the predictors sneak un on them.

Territorial; Behavioral
Lions and coyotes are extremely
They protect their land

Owls, and Rattle Snakes are expertise at hiding or copying
Mimicry is when a animal copy's another animal, or thing to blend in or to stand out as dangerous.
Wings let animals push off the ground to fly.
Elephants and deer are extremely good at hearing things.
Snakes and lizards have spins that help them zig and zag.
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