Adaptations of Plants & Animals By Natasha Giraffe DolphinAfrican Lion Platypus
KOALA Adaptations for a life in the trees Structural Adaptation Koalas hands have a large gap between the first and second fingers and their big toe is set at a wide angle to the foot. This gives the koala a strong grip on branches. They comfortably sit in a tree all day because of their thickly- padded tails.
MANGROVES Structural Adaptation Mangroves, have wide- spreading stilt roots. They support the trees in the tidal mud and trap nutritious organic matter. Some common root types