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  2. Aji sukoco • Intan kamilia habsari • M. Iqbal Muttaqin • Diovinarah suci • Luciana eka p

  3. ANIMAL ADAPTATION • Adaptation is the ability or tendency of living things in adjusting to a new environment to be able to live well. • While connected with to the husbandry world, adaptation is the adjustment of their environment. • Adaptation is divided into phisyology adaptation, morphology adaptation, and behaviour adaptation.

  4. PHYSIOLOGY ADAPTATION • A metabolic or physiologic adjustment within the cell, or tissues, of an organism in response to an environmental stimulus resulting in the improved ability of that organism to cope with its changing environment.

  5. BEHAVIORAL ADAPTATION • A behavioral adaptation is something that an animal has to do in order to survive.

  6. A crocodile is any species belonging to the family Crocodylidae (sometimes classified instead as the subfamily Crocodylinae). Crocodiles tend to congregate in freshwater habitats such as rivers, lakes, wetlands and sometimes in brackish water. They feed mostly on vertebrates - fish, reptiles, and mammals, and sometimes on invertebrates - molluscs and crustaceans, depending on species

  7. CROCODILE MORPHOLOGY ADAPTATION • Crocodiles have a thick skin, so to adapt in the warm environment, it reduce evaporate with their thick skinand to protect themselves from enemies both at sea and land.

  8. CROCODILE MORPHOLOGY ADAPTATION • Like other carnivore,crocodile have sharp teeth which is used to tear their feed

  9. CROCODILE BEHAVIORAL ADAPTATION • Generally, The crocodile open their mouth until extreme sunlight as refrigeration mechanism to maintain the body temperature. Then, the crocodile enter to the humid scrubs or back to the river with half its body submerged.

  10. CROCODILE BEHAVIOUR ADAPTATION • Crocodile folding legs to the back attached of its body toreduce barriers and enable it to enhance the speed of water while swimming.

  11. Goat (Capra aegagrus hircus) is a subspecies of goat domesticated from the wild goat of southwest Asia and Eastern Europe. The goat is a member of the family Bovidae and is closely related to the sheep as both are in the goat-antelope subfamily Caprinae

  12. GOAT MORPHOLOGY ADAPTATION goats have upper molars is greater thanthe lower molars, so the food is chewed more subtle and digest.

  13. GOAT BEHAVIORAL ADAPTATION • Goats are highly adaptable to a broad range of environments.Of all ruminant livestock, goats are the most effective browsers,very selective, and often select feeds which have antiparasitic.

  14. References • Hirst, K. Kris. "The History of the Domestication of Goats". Accessed August 18, 2008. • Coffey, Linda, Margo Hale, and Ann Wells; "Goats: Sustainable Production Overview. • McLeod, Lianne; "Goats as Pets" at • Watkins, Calvert, et alii; The American Heritage Dictionary (1975, edited by William Morris). • “Goat”

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