Georgia Plant and Animal Adaptations powerpoint There are many plants and animals that have adaptations so they can survive in Georgia By Austin Ridling
Adaptations of a Beaver • Do you want to learn about beaver’s adaptations? Did you know that beaver’s have clear eyelids to see under water? But they have not so good eye sight. Beaver’s back feet are webbed and the front are not webbed. But the front have claws to grab things. And the back feet don’t have claws.
Adaptations of a Beaver Beavers fur is so cool. Beaver’s fur has two lairs to keep it dry and warm. It repels water. Beaver’s teeth cut down wood. When they cut down tree’s it sharpens there teeth . There tail helps steer in the water . It also helps pat down mud.
Adaptations of a Black Bear Black bears hunt for food at night . They eat fish ,birds and any thing they can find. The bears are nocturnal animals . There babies are called cubs. They use there claws to eat other animals.
Adaptation's of a Coyote Coyote are carnavors they only eat meet. Wolfs can swallow a baby squirrel in one bite. They have 100 biting pressure. They are amazing animals. They howl to call the pack. They mostly stay on the mountain. They eat whatever they can get.
Adaptations of a pig Pigs are vegetarians. They eat fruit and vegetables. They have hooves. They dig and roll in mud. They are so funny. Some have teeth and some don’t. They are so un to play with.
Adaptations of a Venus fly trap Venus fly traps are so cool. If a bug touches one hair it is okay but if it touches two hairs SNAP! Venus fly traps eat fly's. It uses tinny hairs to kill a fly.