Sea lions are structured to dive to places 26 to 74 m deep. They are very agile and maneuver well in water. With their flippers they can go up to 25 mph. They usually do 85-198 dives a day. Also, sea lions have a very streamline shape and that allows the sea lions to be quicker in water. This is a positive thing for the sea lion to live in its environment because it will help the sea lions dive and swim to get the squid or salmon so it can eat.
Sea lions can blend in very well with its surroundings in the ocean. When a predator is near they will swim in between rocks. Sea lions are black or brown in water so they blend in rocks very well. Sea lions also blend in when they sleep on rocks if predators are trying to find food. This is a positive adaptation for a sea lion in its new environment because it will help the sea lions blend in rocks to avoid predators,
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Sea lions are very territorial, especially males. If another male sea lion was in that sea lions territory they start fighting. Territories only happen if a female is around. The territories usual size is about 130 square meters. This is a negative thing for the sea lions new environment because if the sea lions are endangered and if they could possibly kill each other if another sea lion is in its territory . This is a bad adaptation for the new habitat.
Sea lions are very clever and figure out things very quickly. They have the instinct to know when they should get on water or land. When a sea lion is born they have the instinct to get food. Also when a pup is born it will usually go back to the same place their family came from. This is a good adaptation for the sea lion in its environment because it helps keep them safe and know their new habitat.