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Adaptation

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Kinds of adaptation

Kinds of adaptation


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  • 1. PRIMARY 6 SCIENCEAl Irsyad Satya Islamic School Created by: Ms. Sofi Y
  • 2.  Streamlined body shape
  • 3.  Modified Limbs Flippers Fins Oar-like legs Webbed feet
  • 4.  Swim bladder
  • 5.  Wings
  • 6.  Flight muscles
  • 7.  Feathers
  • 8.  Streamlined body shape
  • 9.  Hollow bones
  • 10.  Gills
  • 11.  Gill chambers Store water
  • 12.  Skin tubifex worms flatworm
  • 13. Body Coverings Feathers  Fur •Warm •Fly•waterproof • Traps air •Air acts as an insulator
  • 14.  Shells  Scales  Spinespangolin porcupine Kura-kura leher panjang hedgehogs porcupinefish
  • 15. Camouflage Leaf insect Change colourBody shapes Arctic fox and colour patterns
  • 16. Reproduction in animals – finding mates Body covering Behaviour Lighting up Glow-worms A male peacock Males usually have A male frigatemore colourfull body bird
  • 17. Reproduction in plants – getting the flowers pollinated Flowers pollinated byFlowers pollinated by wind animals Large, colourfull, Small, plain have nectar and and without a fragrance fragrance
  • 18. Reproduction in plants – getting the seeds dispersedhttp://www.field-studies-council.org/breathingplaces/Images/feeding/food-for-us.jpg
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  • 20.  Living in a cold environment •Thick fur •Soles cover with stiff hair •Extra layer of fat •Closely-packed feathers
  • 21.  Living in a hot environment Desert fox Camel Long ears to help get rid of excess body heat Needle-like leaves