3rd Grade Ch. 2 Lesson 3 How do Adaptations help animals
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  • 1. Ch. 2 Lesson 3 How do adaptations help animals?
  • 2. adaptation
    • trait that helps an animal meet its needs in the place where it lives
  • 3. inherited adaptation
    • passed on from parents to their young (offspring)
    • examples: pelican’s feet & bills
  • 4. PIGEONS be warned – never cross a hungry pelican.
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  • 10. Adaptations for getting food Adaptations for protection 1. bird’s bill 1. camouflage 2. feet 2. armor 3. teeth 3. poison 4. mimicry
  • 11. Adaptations for Getting Food
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    • A duck walks into a drug store and buys a Chapstick. The clerk says, "Will that be cash or charge?"
    • The duck says, "Just put it on my bill!"
  • 13. 1. bird beaks
  • 14. 2. bird feet
  • 15. Adaptations for Protection
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    • allows animal to blend in with its environment so they are hard to spot
    camouflage
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  • 18. Adaptations for Protection ARMOR - Spikes and horns protect this horned lizard.
  • 19. Lionfish use poison to protect themselves.
  • 20. mimicry
    • harmless animal copies a more dangerous animal
  • 21. Behaviors
  • 22. instinct
    • behavior an animal is born able to do
    Baby birds are born knowing how to open their mouth for food.
  • 23. migrate
    • behavior when animals move as seasons change
  • 24. Monarch butterfly migration
  • 25. hibernate
    • behavior when animal’s body system slows down to save energy
    Bats hibernate during the winter months when food is hard to find.
  • 26. learned behaviors
    • learned from parents or other adults
    An adult chimp shows a young chimp how to dig for insects.
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  • 28. trait that helps an animal meet its needs in the place where it lives
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    adaptation Click for the answer Next Question
  • 29. adaptation that allows an animal to blend in with its environment so it is hard to spot
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    camouflage Click for the answer Next Question
  • 30. harmless animal copies a more dangerous animal
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    mimicry Click for the answer Next Question
  • 31. behavior when animals move as seasons change
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    migrate Click for the answer Next Question
  • 32. behavior an animal is born able to do
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    instinct Click for the answer Next Question
  • 33. behavior when animal’s body system slows down to save energy
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    hibernate Click for the answer Next Question