By: Reagan Lee & Hannah Larsen
How have organisms adapted/varied due to it's eviroment
Description of interdependency between organisms
An example of variations is the different colors of birds for where they live. A bird that lives in the rainforest is brightly colored while a bird that lives in the desert is brown. Another example of variations in the rainforest are snakes. Many snakes that live in the trees of the rainforest are green because it helps camouflage them while many snakes that live in the desert are sandy brown so they can blend into their environment.
Many types of animals have to adapted to be able to live in certain environment. One example is the hummingbirds in the rainforest. These birds have adapted their diet and are the only birds in the rainforest that can survive on mostly just flower nectar. Another example is the Toucan bird. Its bill is adapted to be able to crush and saw food such as fruits and nuts.