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Animal Adaptations. Megan. Hedgehog. The hedgehog lives in burrows. Adaptation 1: The spikes protect them from predators. Adaptation 2: They hibernate so they don’t have to search for food and water in the winter. Arctic Fox. The Arctic fox lives in the Arctic .

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hedgehog
Hedgehog
  • The hedgehog lives in burrows.
  • Adaptation 1: The spikes protect them from predators.
  • Adaptation 2: They hibernate so they don’t have to search for food and water in the winter.
arctic fox
Arctic Fox
  • The Arctic fox lives in the Arctic.
  • Adaptation 1: Its fur helps it keep warm in the winter.
  • Adaptation 2:

They have fluffy tails for blankets.

black widow spider
Black Widow Spider
  • It lives in the hot spots like by the equator.
  • Adaptation 1: Their red spot on their back keeps predators away.
  • Adaptation 2: They see very well in the dark.
parrots
Parrots
  • Parrots live in the rain forest .
  • Adaptation 1: Their feathers make them blend in by being colorful.
  • Adaptation 2: Their beaks help open up hard shells.