Living in extreme weather use

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Living in extreme weather use

  1. 1. •The specific characteristics of animals
  2. 2. Extreme WeatherA very hot weather• E.g. DesertA very cold weather• E.g. Polar region
  3. 3. • There are five specific characteristic to protect animals from extreme weather.• The five characteristic are:a. Hump Characteristic – Ciri-cirib. Long ears Hump – Bonggol Thick – Tebalc. Small ears Fur – Bulud. Thick fur Layer – Lapisane. Thick layer of fats
  4. 4. Hump• Live in hot weather.• Store food and water at hump.• Example of animal is camel.• Camel can drink 200 liters of water a day.
  5. 5. HumpName of animal: Camel
  6. 6. Long Ears• Some animals have long ears.• It helps the animals lose heat easily.• Example of animals: Desert fox
  7. 7. Long ears(lose heat easily) Name of animal: Desert fox
  8. 8. Thick fur• Some animals have thick fur.• Live in cold weather.• It helps to keep the animals warm.• Example of animals: polar bear
  9. 9. Thick fursName of animal: Polar bear
  10. 10. Thick layer of fat• Some animals have thick layer of fat.• Live in cold weather.• It helps to keep the animals warm.• Example of animals:penguin, seal, walrus and whales
  11. 11. Thick layers of fatName of animal: Walrus
  12. 12. Thick layers of fatName of animal: Whales
  13. 13. Thick layers of fatName of animal: Seal
  14. 14. Thick layers of fatName of animals: Penguins
  15. 15. Small Ears• Some animals have small ears.• It prevents the animals lose heat easily.• Example of animals: Arctic fox
  16. 16. Small ears (prevent heat losing)Name of animal: Arctic fox
  17. 17. Hot Weather Cold Weather•Have hump (Camel). •Have thick furs. ( Polar bear)•Long ears. ( Desert fox) •Have thick layers of fat. (Penguin, Walrus, Seal and Whales) •Small ears. (Arctic fox)

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