camouflage. By: Eric. Introduction. Many animals use special adaptations to help them survive in their natural environments. Some animals use a adaptation called camouflage, this helps the animal to stay hidden and unseen by both predator and prey. In this presentation,
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Many animals use special adaptations to help
them survive in their natural environments. Some
animals use a adaptation called camouflage, this
helps the animal to stay hidden and unseen by
both predator and prey. In this presentation,
you’ll get to know just a few animals that uses
Camouflage to help them survive in their habitat.
The Snow Leopard has a light gray coat perfect
for blending in to the snow. This physical feature
helps the leopard catch its prey by ambush. Snow
Leopards live in the northern hemisphere of
Asia, where there is lots of mountains.
Snow Leopards eat Mountain Sheep, however,
their favorite food is Blue Sheep. Snow Leopards are
shy cats , they take turns patrolling home at night,
Snow Leopards are most active at night.
The population dropped down to only 5,000
Ocelots have a dappled gray fur with dots that
helps the Ocelots camouflage into the forest
background. This Tan coat helps the Ocelot sneak
Ocelots live in the jungles of Peru. Like all cats,
Ocelots eat meat, but Ocelots climb trees and catch
birds. There is a estimated population of Ocelots
800,000 – 1.5 million world wide. Ocelot can live up to
17 years in the wild 18 years in captivity.
The Arctic Foxes has the thickest fur of all mammals.
The fur is smooth and as white as snow. Arctic Fox’s coat
turns brown is the spring. Arctic Foxes live in northern
states of Canada, Asia, and Europe, they also can be
found is Alaska.
Arctic Foxes are omnivores so they eat both plants and
meat. They will eat Lemmings, Arctic Hares, and even
Arctic Hares have a White coat of soft smooth
fur. Like the Arctic Fox, their coat also turns
brown in the spring. The Arctic Hare has many
Physical adaptations like: strong back legs to
hop around, sharp teeth to nibble though ice, and
sharp claws to dig for food.
Arctic Hares eat flowers, and Arctic Willows,
they rarely eat meat.
They dig shelter in the snow. Arctic Hares are bigger
Well, that’s all. I hope you learned a lot and
understand all about camouflage. I also hope
I answered some of your questions.