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  • Animal adaptatoins By Mrs.Cowan and Mrs.Archer’s Class
  • Adaptations
    • An adaptation is a trait to help living things survive in its environment.
    • Adaptations are inherited or passed on from their parents to their young.
  • Adaptations for Getting Food
    • Some animals, such as the hawk, have feet that can hold tightly onto their food that they catch.
    • Some animals have teeth to eat their food.
    • Many kind birds have bills that help them catch and eat their favorite food.
    • Some animals have special feet that are good for digging.
  • Feet That Grip Food
  • Special Teeth
  • Special Bills
  • Digging Feet
  • Adaptations for Protection
    • Some animals can camouflage or blend in with their environment.
    • Some animals have armor to protect them.
    • Some animals can mimic or look like other animals to protect themselves.
    • Some animals release poison to protect themselves.
  • Camouflage Some animals are able to blend in with their environment such as the walking stick.
  • Armor Some animals have armor. For example, spikes and horns protect this horned lizard.
  • Mimicry Some animals look like other animals as protection. For example, the viceroy looks like a bad-tasting monarch butterfly.
  • Poison Some animals are poisonous. Coral snakes are poisonous. They bite with their poisonous fangs.
  • Thank You!
    • This presentation was brought to you by Mrs. Archer and Mrs. Cowan’s 3 rd grade Class!