Behavioral Adaptaions

Migration

What is Migration?

Migration is when a seasonal movement of animals from one region to another. An example of migration can be a flock of birds leave their territories during fall and travel to other places looking for food, and when spring comes along, the flock of birds return to their natural habitat. There are many other organisms that also migrate, like fish, mammals, insects and reptiles. Migration allows animals to avoid uncomfortable conditions, follow resources, allows for year-round activity, and may help complete the reproductive cycle.

Suclking Adaptations

Suckling is when an infant or young animal that is not yet weaned. Suckling can help animals survive because the milk that their mother gives them has the nutrients that the young animals need to grow up big and strong.