Behaivoral Adpatations Migartion
Migration is when a animal leaves their home in the cold winters to find a warmer enviorment. This ensures that the animal will have food during the cold winters and it will not starve. Some animals migrate to be able to breed in more favorable conditions. Some animals migrate to find a place to hibernate. It all depends on the specific animal and its species. An example of of migration is a canadian goose flying to a warmer climate during the cold winters.
The Monarch butterflys flying to a warmer climate during the cold winter months,
The Canadian goose flying to a warmer climate to avoid bad weather.
The Wildebeest crossing a river to find a better environment where food will be available.
Suckling is to give milk to from a breast or udder. Meaning a mother's animal will give milk to it's baby. Suckling ensures survival because young animals will get the critical nutrients they need from their mother. An example of suckling would be a cow giving milk from it's udder to it's calf.