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Published on October 2, 2007

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Adaptations

Animal Adaptations A Closer Look at Bird Beaks

Finches have different beaks and eat different foods seed eaters have thick, heavy beaks fruit eaters have short stubby beaks insect eaters have sharp, pointed beaks differences in finches’ beaks are adaptations to food they eat adaptation: a body part or behavior that helps an animal meet its need in its environment

Finches have different beaks and eat different foods

seed eaters have thick, heavy beaks

fruit eaters have short stubby beaks

insect eaters have sharp, pointed beaks

differences in finches’ beaks are adaptations to food they eat

adaptation: a body part or behavior that helps an animal meet its need in its environment

all birds have beaks that help them get food from their environment there are many other adaptations size of an owl’s eyes/shape of hawk’s claws all birds have the same basic needs different adaptations to meet those needs feathers are an adaptation keep birds warm, dry, and help them fly feathers are very light and give bird’s body smooth surface so air passes over it easily

all birds have beaks that help them get food from their environment

there are many other adaptations

size of an owl’s eyes/shape of hawk’s claws

all birds have the same basic needs

different adaptations to meet those needs

feathers are an adaptation

keep birds warm, dry, and help them fly

feathers are very light and give bird’s body smooth surface so air passes over it easily

hollow bones are another adaptation bones filled with air pockets make birds light flightless birds have adaptations ostrich – long legs and 2 toed feet let them run about 40 mi/hr penguin – everything from beak to feet adaptations for swimming

hollow bones are another adaptation

bones filled with air pockets

make birds light

flightless birds have adaptations

ostrich – long legs and 2 toed feet let them run about 40 mi/hr

penguin – everything from beak to feet adaptations for swimming

Body Coverings every animal’s body covering is an adaptation the helps them survive feathers protect birds and help them fly fur/hair keep mammals warm some mammals have sharp hairs for protection some have whiskers that are used as sense organs fish have scales to protect them from disease and other animals that live in the water

every animal’s body covering is an adaptation the helps them survive

feathers protect birds and help them fly

fur/hair keep mammals warm

some mammals have sharp hairs for protection

some have whiskers that are used as sense organs

fish have scales to protect them from disease and other animals that live in the water

reptiles scales protect them from injury and drying out snake scales overlap to form a smooth covering that helps them move

reptiles scales protect them from injury and drying out

snake scales overlap to form a smooth covering that helps them move

Color and Shape camouflage : an animals color or pattern that helps it blend in with its surroundings an adaptation helps an animal hide snowshoe hare is white in winter and brown in summer change in color makes the hare difficult for other animals to hunt because it blends in

camouflage : an animals color or pattern that helps it blend in with its surroundings

an adaptation helps an animal hide

snowshoe hare is white in winter and brown in summer

change in color makes the hare difficult for other animals to hunt because it blends in

tiger’s stripped fur helps it blend in with the light and shadows of the tall grass of its environment toads have bumpy brownish skin to make it look like a pebble chameleon’s color changes to match its surroundings alligator’s back makes it blend into the swamps mimicry : an adaptation in which an animal looks very much like another animal or an object viceroy butterfly looks like a monarch butterfly monarch butterflies taste bad to birds birds avoid viceroy butterflies

tiger’s stripped fur helps it blend in with the light and shadows of the tall grass of its environment

toads have bumpy brownish skin to make it look like a pebble

chameleon’s color changes to match its surroundings

alligator’s back makes it blend into the swamps

mimicry : an adaptation in which an animal looks very much like another animal or an object

viceroy butterfly looks like a monarch butterfly

monarch butterflies taste bad to birds

birds avoid viceroy butterflies

walking stick looks like a twig birds don’t see it as a bug to eat

walking stick looks like a twig

birds don’t see it as a bug to eat

Summary animals have adaptations that help them meet their needs adaptations include body coverings and the shapes, sizes, and colors of body parts

animals have adaptations that help them meet their needs

adaptations include body coverings and the shapes, sizes, and colors of body parts

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