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  • By ivan AndroshchukTheir Enviorment:- Mild climate- Lives in southern Europe and north Africa- Humans are mostly the only predator that could kill them.What helps them survive:- Strong shell protects them from eagles- It also protects them from being stomped on- Eats grass, and doesnt need too much energy to survive
  • By: Daniel Roth Adaptations • elongated snouts to helpEcosystem Characteristics reach in to ant hills Rainforest • Thin long tongues to help•Can have very high rain fall reach into ant hills•Very warm and wet • Have large curved claws to•Forest Floor only receives open ant hills and foronly 2% of sunlight defense•Very low soil quality
  • Ecosystem Characteristics•East and South Coast of South Africa Adaptations•Tropical waters •Immunity to venomous•Surface of the ocean nematocysts •Counter shading coloration •Gas-filled sac in stomach
  • BeaverEcosystem Characteristics Adaptations Beavers live near  Webbed hind feet- for rivers, streams, ponds, s swimming mall lakes and marshes  Large flat tail- helps Eat tree bark and roots keep balance when Build dams gnawing on trees  Nose and ears can close up- keeps water out while swimming
  • Environment•Lives in tropical Adaptations 1. Their poisonous stinging cells helpregions ward off predators and catch prey•Including Hunama 2. They are 95% water which helpsBay in Hawaii them float efficiently in water•They eat small sea 3. They drift in big groups which makesanimals such as them intimidating to predatorsshrimp or•plankton
  • Canadian Lynx found in the broad boreal forest belt of North AmericaAdaptationsSharp teeth to catch prey, it only eats the snowshoe hairHuge feet so they can walk on snow/ice and not fallthroughVery thick fur to keep them warm because their climateis cold
  •  Chameleons naturally live in the United States, Spain, Africa, or even Asia. Chameleons can live forests and even in deserts. Some adaptations or structures chameleons have are Zygodactylous feet (two toes in front and two toes in the back), eyes on either side of head, extremely long tongues and males have three horns on their head (some females have less developed horns than males). Almost all species can change colors to camouflage. Chameleons feet help it climb and move on trees with ease and long tongues help with grabbing bugs from a distance.
  • Their Adaptations White Coat to be almost invisible in the snow (Camouflage) Big clawed paws to distribute weight on thin ice, and to whack a Where They Live seal out of water from a breathing hole They live near the arctic Fur is hollow hairs which trap air waters. Rarely on land and help to insulate them in frigidexcept on islands and rocky waters pointsPolar Bears look for tasty seals, and fishThey weigh in as much as a small car, (1000 pounds!)
  • By Michael Wootan King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah)Environment Adaptations•Found predominantly •They have shortin the forests of fangs, but can strikeIndia through South in a highly downwardAsia to Indonesia and thrust.the Philippians. •They are terrific•Prefers areas swimmersdotted with lakes •Excellent climbersAnd streams
  • Adaptation Ecosystem •Have thin tapered wings that allow them to fly at speeds of Characteristics 200 mphand change directions •Lives in a wide variety of rapidly habitats from the •Eyes adjust faster so the falcontropics, desert, maritime to the can focus on its prey tundra •Has baffles in its nose to •Is found in every continent prevent air from rushing in except antarctica and slowing it down
  • PandasEnvironment Habitat is the forest , Torrential rains or dense mist though out the year. They live in few mount ranges in central china.Adaptations Pandas have 6 toe and 6 thumb so they can hold and tear bamboo This animal uses its powerful jaws and strong teeth to crush the tough fibrous bamboo. They mostly eat bamboo’s, Pandas consume about 20-4o ponds of bamboo each day! :0 ( To get all its nutrients
  • Adaptations: Green skin allows it to blend in with trees Their nocturnal which allows them to sleep during the dayHabitat: and be active at nightCoast of Mexico Have suction cupsRain Forest on the hands and feet in order to hold on to leaves and branches
  • EcosystemGrassy The Star Nosed Mole Adaptationsmeadows, marshes, swamps, mixed forests(wet and mucky fleshy tentacles whichlowlands) are covered with touch receptors- Allows them to find food as well as go Very high elevations underwater probing theof at least 1880 ft sediments to seek preyVery cold (Eastern Long claws- digsCanada, Northeastern tunnels to find insect toU.S.) eat water-repellent fur- allows it to go into cold waters without freezing Long thick tail- stores food during breeding season
  • By Carlos TovarEnvironment Adaptations•Live in the •Strong beaks to open fruittropics with •Long beak scares animals awaymany fruit (but it doesnt use it to fight)•Mostly found • Also feathers help it blend inis in southern to environmentAmerica
  • Ecosystem Adaptations Information• In Logs, under • Strong Pinchers, to • Non-rocks, debris catch prey Venomous•Humid • Foul vinegar odor • Not a SpiderEnvironment release, for defending or Scorpion• Usually in and warding of • About 3Europe/ predators inches longAfrica, South • Feel Vibrations inEastern US the ground to find prey or predators.
  • White Shark Ecosystem •White sharks can be found in the Atlantic ocean•Its range is from the surf line to well offshore
  • Habitat Adaptations •Stripes, Zebras are black with•Live in southern/east Africa white stripes! The stripes are•Woodlands and open hypothesized to be for blendingplains/grasslands into grass.•Dry, hot weather •Every sense is very acute, they•Main predator is the lion even have night vision and can move their ears in almost all directions. This helps them hear oncoming predators. •Their digestive systems allow for them to live on lower nutritional quality foods because they are herbivores .