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Habitat and Adaptations

adaptation a special behavior or feature that allows plants and animals to survive
habitat a place where plants and animals can find everything they need to live and grow
behavioral adaptation how a plant or animal acts or behaves in order to help it survive
physical adaptation physical characteristics or body structures that allow a plant or animals to survive
camouflage protective coloration that aids animals in surviving in their environment
mimicry when a weaker animals copies the characteristics of a stronger animal
migrations the movement of animals to reach better conditions of temperature, food, and shelter
hibernation escaping the harsh winter by sleeping in a safe and warm place
defense special adaptation that protects animals from being hurt, killed, or eaten
movement and locomotion special feature for moving
food obtainment special structures used for getting food (ex. claws, bird beak, teeth)
tropism when a plant turns towards sunlight
seed dispersal how a seed travels from its parent plant (ex. wind, water, humans/animals)
Created by: NES 3rd Grade