Adaptations

Behavioral, Physiological, and anatomical

Physiological

My first physiological adaptation is being fire resistant. Birds of prey that are heat resistant use that skill to catch prey that is fleeing from the fire. They also lay their eggs in the burned land, and then feed off dead birds. The type of bird called a courser, nests in charred area's and lay their eggs.

Another physiological adaptation is being resistant to deadly chemicals. Animals such as the flamingo can search for food , in conditions where most animals would die. There are also many flowers that can live in dangerous chemical conditions, so they can escape from most animals that would eat them.

Next is being adapted to living in high altitudes. These animals are able to breathe normally, where there is little to no oxygen. Animals use this to escape from other animals trying to hurt them, that can't breathe that thin of air

Finally is being heat tolerant. Some plants can turn their leaves away from the sun, or they can close their pores to not let out their water.

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This is a picture of a fire resistant bird
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These are flamingo's in chemically poisonous water.
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This is a cactus which is known to hold in water very well
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This is an animal which can live in high altitudes

Behavioral

My first behavioral adaptation is being nomadic. Nomadic animals usually live in area's where food is hard to find, like in very cold places.

Secondly is being a swarmer. Being part of a group that swarms gives you a good chance of getting food, and a better chance of killing all the food you want. This is also good because you have numbers on your predator.

Next is language. When you have a language, it is easier to communicate, and also makes it a better way to survive in groups.

Finally is using tools. Tools make daily life easier, and are used by many types of animals today.

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Anatomical

My first adaptation is being a blood sucker. Blood suckers puncture the skin of their victim, and suck blood directly from the bloodstream. This is a way that diseases are spread.

Secondly is being carnivorous. They kill other animals to get food. They are usually at the top of the food chain. A lot of carnivores also have sharp teeth.

Next is being kleptoparasitic. Kleptoparasitic animals are like thieves, because they steal food and other materials from their neighbors. Animals sometimes steal other animals kills.

Finally is being a dung eater. Dung eaters feed of other animals feces, to extract nutrients that they can't get in their normal diet.

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