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Behavioral: Behavioral: or responses to the environment or responses to the environment Ex: birds migrating Ex: birds migrating Structural: Structural: are traits that involve the physical structure (anatomy) of an organism are traits that involve the physical structure (anatomy) of an organism Ex: beaks of a bird Ex: beaks of a bird Physiological: Physiological: are traits that involve the internal functions or chemistry of an organism are traits that involve the internal functions or chemistry of an organism Ex: enzymes to digest food Ex: enzymes to digest food
Mimicry: non-poisonous looks like poisonous to fake predators. Which snake is the mimic? One is a coral snake (deadly) and one is a Scarlet Kingsnake (harmless).
Wolves communicate through howling…it strengths unity within the pack.
The physical features that allow them to survive Like a sharks teeth!!!
The frog's poison is secreted through the skin and even a lick can sometimes prove fatal. Poison arrow frogs have about 200 micrograms of poison in their systems. It would take only 2 micrograms to kill a human
Bees communicate with each other to locate nearby pollen
Opossums…the only marsupial in the US!! Typically play dead when frightened… Or Physiological- because it is a chemical within the body that helps it to lie so still.
The Ophrys Orchid is designed to look like a female bee…to attract the male bees to it!!
The giraffes long neck
The venom of a snake…
A hummingbirds beak…
A penguins fat reserves…
The Flying Gecko
The ability of the chameleon to change colors!!
The proteins found in spider webs
Some insects are designed to perfectly blend in to their environment
Birds migrating south for the winter
A monarch and a viceroy A monarch tastes bad, so the viceroy mimics its appearance so animals wont eat him!! Monarch Viceroy
A porcupines quills!! Ouch!!
Some octopi release ink as a response to a threat Having the ink inside the octopus is…