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Quincey's group

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Mike Graham

on 17 May 2016

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Transcript of Quincey's group

the poison dart frog
The poison dart frog lives in South America rain forest. Its bright color warns predators that it is poisonous.
The porcupine
The porcupine lives in grasslands and other areas. Its quills are very sharp. The quills protect the porcupine against predators.
Animals have many adaptations that help them survive in their environments. Some adaptations, such as sharp beaks, teeth, or claws, may help them get food. Other adaptations, such as stingers,quills, smelly sprays, or bitter-tasting flesh, protect some animals from being eaten by predators. Bright colors, like those of the monarch butterfly, may warn predators that the animal is poisonous.
Adaptations is a physical feature or behavior that helps an organism survive in it's environment. Example:The ears on a rabbit helps it hear.
Flying Gecko
This gecko lives in the jungle forest. It has flaps of skin that help it to glide away from predators.
Quincey's group
Defense adaptations
A defense adaptation is when a animal or plant has a way to keep them from being eaten by predators.
The porcupine has quills to defend itself with.
Animal Adaptations

red tailed hawk
The red tailed hawk hunts in forests and fields. It has a sharp, curved beak that can hold and tear prey it finds.
Chameleons live in deserts and tropical areas. Their long tongues stretch to catch insects.
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