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Characteristics of Living Things

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emily collier

on 26 October 2015

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Tarsier
A tarsiers diet consist mainly of insects, spiders, and small vertebrates such as small lizards and birds. They can eat up to 10% of their body weight every 24 hours. Their digestive tract is short and simple. The tarsier excrete waste just like humans.
Metabolize
After birth to only one young it takes up to six months for full maturity. The mother usually takes care of the offspring by itself, there is no male presence after birth. A tarsiers life span strtches usually from 12 to 20 years.
Growth and Development
Tarsiers make changes in response to a stimulus in their enviorment
Response to the enviorment
Tarsiers engage in sexual reproduction
Breed all year round
females only give birth to a single baby
Reproduction
There is not much evolution to Tarsier. Fossil records indicate that not much has changed except for size in the past 45 million years.
Evolution
Information etc.
Tarsiers are multicelled organisms
Adaption to enviorment
The tarsier species adapts over generations, giving the species and advantage in its specific enviorment.
theyre large eyes enable them to see well in the dark, mainly beige or brown fur to camoflouge them into branches. They also have sticky fingers that help them jump and catch prey.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/life/Tarsier
http://tolweb.org/treehouses/?treehouse_id=4894
http://a-z-animals.com/animals/tarsier/
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