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In Their Natural Habitats. Animal Adaptations. INTRODUCTION. The place where an organism lives is called a habitat Any place in which an organism lives is an example of a habitat. WOODLAND HABITAT. Tree trunk. Pond. SAND DUNES HABITAT. ROCK POOL HABITAT.

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In their natural habitats

In Their Natural Habitats

Animal Adaptations


Introduction
INTRODUCTION

  • The place where an organism lives is called a habitat

  • Any place in which an organism lives is an example of a habitat


Woodland habitat
WOODLAND HABITAT

Tree trunk

Pond





What is different about each habitat
WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT EACH HABITAT?

  • Each habitat has different conditions e.g.

    -temperature

    -light

    -moisture


Animal adaptations
ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS

  • Animals live most of the time in the conditions which suit them best

  • Their bodies are better adapted to some conditions than to others

  • This means that some animals are more likely to be found in one kind of habitat rather than another


Polar bear
POLAR BEAR

Fur looks white to help them blend in with the snow or ice

Nostrils can be closed when it is swimming underwater

Large, wide paws to help it walk in the snow

Thick woolly undercoat to help keep it warm


Dromedary camel
DROMEDARY CAMEL

Long eyelashes and bushy eyebrows

Fat-filled hump

Large nostrils that can open and close

Two-toed feet with thick leathery pads

Leathery patches on knees


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