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Chipmunk Adaptation

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Julisa Crowder

on 26 March 2011

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Transcript of Chipmunk Adaptation

Chipmunk Adaptation There are nearly as habitats for the different types of chipmunk as there are differences between them. Which is easily understood considering they inhabit elevations ranging from sea level to 14,000 feet and their corresponding eco-systems. One habitat characteristic that seems to be common among many types of chipmunk is that they like rocky outcropping which is used for both burrow creation and shelter. Other chipmunks prefer forested areas, and for a few types, the forest is a requirement for their habitat. One of the reasons chipmunks live forests is the food and shelter. Chipmunks like to eat acorn,seeds,fruits,berries, and grass. Also invertebrates and fungi. It uses large cheek pouches to carry food back to its nest. Most chipmunks construct tunnels and chambers in the ground that have entrances that are well hidden under rocks or tangled bushes. 1. Chipmunks use their huge cheeks to store food and take it with them.

2. The white strip of a chipmunks back helps them blend in with their surroundings and won't be mistaken as squirrels.
3. The have long claws and big teeth to help them dig and store food for the winter. 4. Their nose and ears are good at sensing danger from afar. 5. Their feet help them run away from predators. Adaptation is a characteristic animals have to survive in an environment
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