ANIMAL. Comprehension Review. By Linda McCartha Second Grade Windsor Elementary Columbia, SC. ANIMAL. HOW?. WHY?. Protective Coloration. For hunting. For hiding. Mimicry. is when animals use colors and patterns to hide themselves. Black skin of polar bear under its white fur.
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By Linda McCartha
bear under its
Black skin of
polar bear nose
Polar bear fur
How does a large-mouthed bass’s dark top and light bottom protect it from above and below?
It camouflages itself with
What happens to the snowshoe’s hair in the spring?
What happens to the snowshoe’s hair in the fall?
When the masked crab makes its costume out of seaweed and a walking stick pretends to be a small branch, they use
Walking sticks can change color (Green or brown) with seasons.
The black bear’s coat helps it to
hide among dark trees and bushes
hide against desert sand
This moth is using ____________ to pretend to be or to look like something else.
Do you see its eyespots?
What is the purpose of its eyespots?