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population all the plants and animals of the same kind that live in the same area
habitat the area where a population lives
ecosystem a community of plants, animals, and nonliving things together in a certain environment
niche function (job) that an organism performs in the food web of its community
biome large geographic (land) areas that have the same climate, vegetation, and animal life
adaptation a change in a plant or animal that helps it stay alive in its environment
inherited an action passed on from parent to their young
survival being able to stay alive, need food, water, and shelter
behavioral adaptations organisms perform certain activities (behaviors) which help them meet a life need
structural (physical) adaptations organisms have structural (body parts, or physical attributes) that help them meet a life need
Three examples of behavioral adaptations * spider making a web * migration * hibernation
Three examples of structural adaptations * fish have gills * birds have beaks * giraffes have long necks
Three examples of abiotic (nonliving things) elements * air * soil * water
vegetation plants
camoflage blending in with the environment * polar bear in the snow * squirrel in a tree
mimicry imitating or looking like another animal to confuse its predators
Created by: tinaclarke