5.10A (R) - Science

Adaptations

5.10(A)

compare the structures and functions of different species that help them live and survive such as hooves on prairie animals or webbed feet in aquatic animals

Adaptations

Many plants and animals have special features which allow them to survive in a particular habitat. A fish has gills to obtain oxygen from its watery environment. A frog has a slime coat to keep its skin from drying out. A cactus has special parts that allow it to store water for a period of time. Other plants have colorful, fragrant blossoms to attract insects. All these special parts are adaptations that help the organisms survive in their environments.
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Earth Floor: Biomes (webpage)

Click the link below to access a webpage on different types of biomes and the animals that live in each of the biomes. Arctic tundra, deciduous forest, desert, tropical rain forest, and tropical savannah
Animal Adaptations
25 Incredible Camouflaged Animals