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Concept Formation
Lions
1. Why do lions have loose belly skin?
It's not because they are out of shape!
It's an adaptation for their protection. Loose
belly skin allows animal to be kicked by prey
with little chance of injury.
2. What is the purpose of the mane on a
male lion?
Thick mane helps male look bigger and
protects the throat.
Concept Formation
3. Why are the eyes of a lion set in the
front of its head rather than on the
sides?
Eyes in front allow for depth perception
and ability to judge distances when stalking
or ambushing prey.
4. A lion has heavily muscled forelimbs
and shoulders. Why?
Heavily muscled forelimbs and shoulders
add strength for capturing large prey.
Concept Formation
5. Why do they have forepaws equipped
with long, retractile claws?
Forepaws equipped with long, retractile
claws which help to grab and hold prey.
6. Why do they have a rough tongue?
Rough tongue designed to peel skin of
prey animal away from flesh, and flesh from
bone.
7. Why are lions a sandy colour?
Sandy coat colour camouflages animal
and young among scrub vegetation.
Concept Formation
Rock deserts and sparse grasslands.
Lizards Leopard Gecko
What special adaptation do lizards have
for survival when being attacked by a
predator?
Many lizards, like the leopard gecko,
have a tail, which breaks off readily when
grabbed by a predator. This emables the
lizards to escape if attacked.
Concept Formation
What is the disavantage of losing a tail?
A lizard's tail is used as a fat storage for
times when there is not much food for them
to eat in the desert. By losing its tail is is
losing a valuable food source.
How do lizards protect them from the
suns heat?
They are strictly nocturnal. This means
that they only come out from their holes and
crevices at night time to hunt for food
Concept Formation
What adaptation does a lizard have to
prevent drying out in the desert?
Lizards have extra-thick skin to help
prevent drying out in the desert.
How are animals living in the polar region
adapted to the conditions in which they
live in?
Animals of the Arctic have many
adaptations to help them survive in often
inhospitable climate.
Concept Formation
Polar Bears
A polar bear lives in the cold,
snowy Arctic lands. They are the
largest land carnivores.
How has a polar bear adapted to its Arctic
environment?
Why are polar bears white?
Their white fur helps them blend in with
the snow and ice.
Concept Formation
How does a polar bear keep warm?
A polar bear has a layer of fat under its
skin which helps it stay warm. It also has a
thick layer of fur.
Why does a polar bear have very wide,
large paws?
The wide, large paws help a
polar bear to walk in the snow.
Concept Formation
Why does a polar bear have nostrils
which it can close?
When a polar bear swims under water it
closes it nostrils so no water can get in.
Why will we not find a polar bear living in
a desert?
Polar bears are adapted to suit a cold
environment.
Concept Formation
Arctic Conditions
Animals of the Arctic have many
adaptations to help them survive in often
inhospitable climate.
Concept Formation
Penguins
Some Penguins live
In the Antarctic, where it is
extremely cold, and the
water temperatures never
rise above freezing. Others live further North,
but all penguins live in the Southern
Hemisphere.
Concept Formation
Penguins are flightless birds, but are
excellent swimmers. They live on pack ice
and in the oceans around Antarctica. They
breed on the land or ice surfaces along the
coast and on islands.
Concept Formation
How are penguins adapted so they can
swim fast?
Penguins have webbed feet for
powerful swimming. Their bodies are
streamlined to reduce drag in water. Their
wings, shaped like flippers, also help them
"fly" underwater at speeds up to 15 mph.
Concept Formation
How do penguins keep warm?
Penguins have to keep high body
temperatures to remain active. They have
thick skin and lots of fat (blubber) under their
skin to keep warm in cold weather.
They also huddle together with their friends
to keep warm. Emperor penguins have
developed a social behaviour that when it
gets cold, they huddle together in groups
Concept Formation
may comprise several thousand penguins.
The dark coloured feathers of a penguin's
back surface absorb heat from the sun, so
helping them to warm up too.
What is the job of penguins feathers?
Penguins tightly packed feathers
overlap to provide waterproofing and
warmth. They coat their feathers with oil from
a gland near the tail to increase
Concept Formation
impermeability. Waterproofing is critical to
penguins' survival in water, Antarctic seas
may be as cold as -2.2°C (28°F) and rarely
get above +2°C (35.6°F).
(-2°C is the freezing point of sea water,
below zero because of the salt).
Concept Formation
How do penguins stay under water?
Penguins don't have all the extra
airspaces in their bones that normal birds
have. Their heavy, solid bones act like a
diver's weight belt, allowing them to stay
underwater.
Concept Formation
Dolphins
Streamlined to move fast, to catch food
and to escape from predators
Excellent hearing to protect itself from
predators
Very intelligent mammal
Swims with other dolphins for company
and protection
Concept Formation
Frogs
What does a frog eat?
Frogs are carnivores. They eat insects,
spiders, worms, snails, fish, and even small
rodents like mice.
How does a frog eat?
When a frog spots a tasty meal, it flicks
out its long, sticky tongue. The tongue lassos
the meal/creature and pulls it back into the
frog's mouth.
Concept Formation
Do frogs have teeth?
Yes, frogs do have teeth, however,they
are small and so not really good for chewing.
Frogs mostly use their teeth just to hold their
prey in their mouths, and then they swallow
their prey whole.
What is so special about a frogs head?
A frog's head has adaptations that help
it to swallow prey. Unlike a human's eyes
which are fixed in our heads in bony circles
Concept Formation
called orbits, the orbits surrounding a frog's
eyes do not have bottoms. This means that
when a frog swallows large prey, it can close
its eyelids and drop its eyeballs down into its
mouth. Yuck! Then the eyeballs help push
the prey down the throat of the frog.
(Incredible as it may sound, this is true!)
Not all frogs look or act the same. Frogs
have adapted to the environment around
them.
Concept Formation
A Dyeing Poison Tree Frog is brightly
coloured to warn enemies of lethal nerve
toxins. Its finger and toe tips have glandular
adhesive pads that enable the animal to
climb.
Application
a. Why will we not find a polar bear living in
a desert?
b. If a polar bear was adapted to live in a
desert:
• What colour would the polar bear be so
it was camouflage?
• Would it still have thick fir?
• What would it eat?
Evaluation
Describe how the following animals
survive/adapt themselves to an environment
for protection and survival:
Animal Environment
where they live
Protective
Adaptation
horse
deer
tiger
Assignment
Cut pictures of animals living in different
environments paste them in a bond paper
and below each animal describe how they
protect themselves for survival.

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2nd qtr 5 adaptation part 2

  • 1. Concept Formation Lions 1. Why do lions have loose belly skin? It's not because they are out of shape! It's an adaptation for their protection. Loose belly skin allows animal to be kicked by prey with little chance of injury. 2. What is the purpose of the mane on a male lion? Thick mane helps male look bigger and protects the throat.
  • 2. Concept Formation 3. Why are the eyes of a lion set in the front of its head rather than on the sides? Eyes in front allow for depth perception and ability to judge distances when stalking or ambushing prey. 4. A lion has heavily muscled forelimbs and shoulders. Why? Heavily muscled forelimbs and shoulders add strength for capturing large prey.
  • 3. Concept Formation 5. Why do they have forepaws equipped with long, retractile claws? Forepaws equipped with long, retractile claws which help to grab and hold prey. 6. Why do they have a rough tongue? Rough tongue designed to peel skin of prey animal away from flesh, and flesh from bone. 7. Why are lions a sandy colour? Sandy coat colour camouflages animal and young among scrub vegetation.
  • 4. Concept Formation Rock deserts and sparse grasslands. Lizards Leopard Gecko What special adaptation do lizards have for survival when being attacked by a predator? Many lizards, like the leopard gecko, have a tail, which breaks off readily when grabbed by a predator. This emables the lizards to escape if attacked.
  • 5. Concept Formation What is the disavantage of losing a tail? A lizard's tail is used as a fat storage for times when there is not much food for them to eat in the desert. By losing its tail is is losing a valuable food source. How do lizards protect them from the suns heat? They are strictly nocturnal. This means that they only come out from their holes and crevices at night time to hunt for food
  • 6. Concept Formation What adaptation does a lizard have to prevent drying out in the desert? Lizards have extra-thick skin to help prevent drying out in the desert. How are animals living in the polar region adapted to the conditions in which they live in? Animals of the Arctic have many adaptations to help them survive in often inhospitable climate.
  • 7. Concept Formation Polar Bears A polar bear lives in the cold, snowy Arctic lands. They are the largest land carnivores. How has a polar bear adapted to its Arctic environment? Why are polar bears white? Their white fur helps them blend in with the snow and ice.
  • 8. Concept Formation How does a polar bear keep warm? A polar bear has a layer of fat under its skin which helps it stay warm. It also has a thick layer of fur. Why does a polar bear have very wide, large paws? The wide, large paws help a polar bear to walk in the snow.
  • 9. Concept Formation Why does a polar bear have nostrils which it can close? When a polar bear swims under water it closes it nostrils so no water can get in. Why will we not find a polar bear living in a desert? Polar bears are adapted to suit a cold environment.
  • 10. Concept Formation Arctic Conditions Animals of the Arctic have many adaptations to help them survive in often inhospitable climate.
  • 11. Concept Formation Penguins Some Penguins live In the Antarctic, where it is extremely cold, and the water temperatures never rise above freezing. Others live further North, but all penguins live in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • 12. Concept Formation Penguins are flightless birds, but are excellent swimmers. They live on pack ice and in the oceans around Antarctica. They breed on the land or ice surfaces along the coast and on islands.
  • 13. Concept Formation How are penguins adapted so they can swim fast? Penguins have webbed feet for powerful swimming. Their bodies are streamlined to reduce drag in water. Their wings, shaped like flippers, also help them "fly" underwater at speeds up to 15 mph.
  • 14. Concept Formation How do penguins keep warm? Penguins have to keep high body temperatures to remain active. They have thick skin and lots of fat (blubber) under their skin to keep warm in cold weather. They also huddle together with their friends to keep warm. Emperor penguins have developed a social behaviour that when it gets cold, they huddle together in groups
  • 15. Concept Formation may comprise several thousand penguins. The dark coloured feathers of a penguin's back surface absorb heat from the sun, so helping them to warm up too. What is the job of penguins feathers? Penguins tightly packed feathers overlap to provide waterproofing and warmth. They coat their feathers with oil from a gland near the tail to increase
  • 16. Concept Formation impermeability. Waterproofing is critical to penguins' survival in water, Antarctic seas may be as cold as -2.2°C (28°F) and rarely get above +2°C (35.6°F). (-2°C is the freezing point of sea water, below zero because of the salt).
  • 17. Concept Formation How do penguins stay under water? Penguins don't have all the extra airspaces in their bones that normal birds have. Their heavy, solid bones act like a diver's weight belt, allowing them to stay underwater.
  • 18. Concept Formation Dolphins Streamlined to move fast, to catch food and to escape from predators Excellent hearing to protect itself from predators Very intelligent mammal Swims with other dolphins for company and protection
  • 19. Concept Formation Frogs What does a frog eat? Frogs are carnivores. They eat insects, spiders, worms, snails, fish, and even small rodents like mice. How does a frog eat? When a frog spots a tasty meal, it flicks out its long, sticky tongue. The tongue lassos the meal/creature and pulls it back into the frog's mouth.
  • 20. Concept Formation Do frogs have teeth? Yes, frogs do have teeth, however,they are small and so not really good for chewing. Frogs mostly use their teeth just to hold their prey in their mouths, and then they swallow their prey whole. What is so special about a frogs head? A frog's head has adaptations that help it to swallow prey. Unlike a human's eyes which are fixed in our heads in bony circles
  • 21. Concept Formation called orbits, the orbits surrounding a frog's eyes do not have bottoms. This means that when a frog swallows large prey, it can close its eyelids and drop its eyeballs down into its mouth. Yuck! Then the eyeballs help push the prey down the throat of the frog. (Incredible as it may sound, this is true!) Not all frogs look or act the same. Frogs have adapted to the environment around them.
  • 22. Concept Formation A Dyeing Poison Tree Frog is brightly coloured to warn enemies of lethal nerve toxins. Its finger and toe tips have glandular adhesive pads that enable the animal to climb.
  • 23. Application a. Why will we not find a polar bear living in a desert? b. If a polar bear was adapted to live in a desert: • What colour would the polar bear be so it was camouflage? • Would it still have thick fir? • What would it eat?
  • 24. Evaluation Describe how the following animals survive/adapt themselves to an environment for protection and survival: Animal Environment where they live Protective Adaptation horse deer tiger
  • 25. Assignment Cut pictures of animals living in different environments paste them in a bond paper and below each animal describe how they protect themselves for survival.