Adaptions

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Adaptions

  1. 1. Adaptionsby: Annasimone
  2. 2. Adaptations of an Echidna • They have a sticky tongue so they can eat termites and ants • A long snout so they can reach into burrows • They have sharp claws so they can dig • They are able to withstand high carbon dioxide levels which gives them the ability to live in burrows • They can adapt to almost any environment as long as there are termites and/or ants• The echidna’s are very protective and leave their spikes up to scare predators away• Echidna’s can dive underwater when flash flooding occurs , they are able to lower their heart rate, saving oxygen
  3. 3. Adaptions of a Bottlebrush The flower spikes of the bottle brush tree are made of individual flowers which form in Summer and spring to all birds and insects to feed off its nectar The bottle brush tree can hold onto its seeds for several years Fire and heat are known to get the fruit to open so it wont release the seeds in cold weather and the plants wont die Bottlebrushes only need light to maintain its shape Thrives in moist soil, so it can grow in tropical climates

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