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Chimpanzee using a stick to get termites from a termite mound. Chimps hunting for food in a termite mound. What adaptations do the chimps have that help them thrive and survive in their habitat?.

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Chimpanzee using a stick to get termites from a termite mound

Chimpanzee using a stick to get termites from a termite mound.


Chimpanzee using a stick to get termites from a termite mound

Chimps hunting for food in a termite mound. What adaptations do the chimps have that help them thrive and survive in their habitat?


Chimpanzee using a stick to get termites from a termite mound

Orca whales hunting a seal stranded on ice. What adaptations do the Orcas have that help them thrive and survive in their arctic environment?


Chimpanzee using a stick to get termites from a termite mound

Pitcher flower – one of specific species that can grow in nutrient depleted areas.

Attracts insects with scent. Insects are dissolved in plant acids and nutrients are taken in.


Chimpanzee using a stick to get termites from a termite mound

What adaptations does the polar bear have that help it thrive and survive in its arctic environment?


Chimpanzee using a stick to get termites from a termite mound

Rafflesia Flower

Grows under very specific circumstances in Malaysia. Smells of rotting flesh. Attracts insects, which are then dissolved and their nutrients are absorbed by the flower.

Very interesting adaptations!


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