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Adaptations of anima

Adaptations Study Guide Animals 3rd grade

American beaver paddle like tail and webbed feet
Alligators dark skin helps it blend in murky swamp water
Alligators webbed feet helps it steer in water
Alligators eyes, ears, and nose on the top of its head helps it see, hear, and breathe in water
Mussels have parts called foot which helps attach to underwater rocks
Mussels have body parts that suck in water and filters out the tiny floating organisms that are food for the mussel
Water strider have waterproof legs that helps it stay on top of water.
Water striders have tiny hairs on the legs to help waterproof it
Water striders have sharp mouth parts to suck in body juices from the insects it catches and eats
Migrate Animals move to warmer climate to find food in the winter
Hibernation Animals sleep during winter months so they are using less energy.
Bog turtles hibernate in burrows left by other animals
bats hibernate in Georgia's caves
Other adaptations (6) 1.shape of beaks 2.claws or talons 3.sharp eyesight 4.excellent hearing 5.camouflage 6.mimicry
Created by: shannonbacha