Behavoiral Adaptions: Mirgation

Mark Drumheller

Mirgation

Migration is a animal behavior that some animals share. Animals such as the Gray Whale, antelope, wildebeest, bats, buffalo, caribou, and mallard ducks. Animals migrate seasonal every year and travel long distance. The migration can be triggered by climate changes, food sources, breeding, and water source. The longest migration by any animal seasonal is the grey whale, it travels 12,500 miles.

Behavioral Adaptions: Competition

Competition

Competition is another behavioral adaption that animals have that ensures survival. They compete to mate and have territory. They also compete to be ahead of the pack or group, this is the case for wolves. Trees also produce toxins that wont let other trees grow.