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animals

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life cycle the stages that a living things passes through as it grows and changes
hibernate to go into a deep, sleeplike state for winter
migrate to travel from one place to another and back again
adaptation a trait or characteristic that helps an organism survive
camouflage the coloring, marking, or other physical appearance of an organism that helps it blend in with its surroundings
mimicry an adaptation in which a harmless animal looks like an animal that is poisonous or tastes bad, so that predators avoid it
tadpole a young frog that has come out of an egg and has gills to take in oxygen from water
behavior the way that an organism usually acts in a certain situation
reproduce to make more living things of the same kind
metamophosis a phase in the life cycle of many animals in which they undergo major changes in body form
pupa the stage of complete metamorphosis in which an insect changes from a larva to an adult
larva the stage between egg and pupa in complete metamorphosis in insects
inherit to receive features from parents
traits similar to characteristics and body features that an animal is born with
instinct an inherited behavior that an animal knows without learning it. this behavior helps an animal meet its needs
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