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Habitat Adaptations

Habitat Adaptations, Envrionment changes

A resting state helps animals survive in winter. During this state animal's breathing slows down and they survive on stored food or fat. Animals will eat a lot of food in the fall (autumn) to store up fat. Animals burrow into the ground, curl up under hibernation
Some animals have special adaptations to protect them from being hurt, killed, or eaten. defense
An animals ability to move around. Animals have special structures for moving around. Structures that help them swing, climb, fly, crawl, walk, hop, float, swim, and dive. locomotion
The movement of animals over the same route in the same season each year. This allows animals to take advantage of resources like water or food in one place when they run low in another place or location. migration
Animals have special structures used for getting food, for example the beaks of birds, mouths of insects, teeth, or claws that are shaped in different ways depending on the type of food they eat. food obtainment
A color or pattern that allows an animal to blend into its environment and protects it from being seen by its enemies or allows it sneak up more easily on their food. camouflage
Help animals protect themselves, such as quills and claws. physical adaptations
Help animals protect themselves, such as taking flight, tricking, spraying, or fighting. behavioral adaptations
Created by: tzowens