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Adaptations    By Arefeh
The Sloth-   a) Functional Adaptation-   b) The Sloth’s slow digestive    system with multiple    compartments in the stom...
The Venus Flytrap-   a) Behavioural Adaptation-   b) The plants carnivorous nature.-   c) The Venus Flytrap still gets its...
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Adaptations

  1. 1. Adaptations By Arefeh
  2. 2. The Sloth- a) Functional Adaptation- b) The Sloth’s slow digestive system with multiple compartments in the stomach where symbiotic bacteria killers are produced.- c) The Sloth’s food is mainly made of thick leaves that can be infected and their complicated and slow- digesting process is essential for them to be able to live of what little nutrition leaves can provide for them. Their special stomach juices allow them to keep the same diet without getting sick.
  3. 3. The Venus Flytrap- a) Behavioural Adaptation- b) The plants carnivorous nature.- c) The Venus Flytrap still gets its main source of nutrition from photosynthesis and this it’s green colour, however, the plant must adapt to the dry soil in which it is found and there for needs sources of nutrition that do not solely depend on the soil and the sun. This extra nutrition is provided by insects that the plant is able to snare and consume.

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