Animal adaptations. What is an adaptation?. Predator adaptions. What is a predator?. Why do predators need adaptiatons ?. Catching: Long legs, speed, good hearing, claws, . To help them catch, kill and eat their prey. To Kill and Eat Claws, sharp teeth, fangs etc. .
What is an adaptation?
What is a predator?
Long legs, speed, good hearing, claws,
The teeth of a carnivore or omnivore show you that they need more than just molars for eating their food.
What is a prey?
How is a defense different from a “normal” adaptation?
Protective coverings help animals avoid being eaten because they have an “armor” or unpleasant feel.
Since animals that are brightly colored cannon hide from predators, their bright colors say “I’m poisonous” or “ I can hurt you”
Animals that are camouflaged can blend into their surroundings and avoid being caught by predators.
Mimicry is when and animal copies another organism. Camouflage is when an animal blends into its surroundings.
Brown fur to blend in
Hoofed feet to walk on sand
“humps” to store water
Here’s a hint…their bones are hollow