Presentation on theme: "HOW DO ANIMALS PROTECT? By Camila Ingrid Melissa Vanessa Daniel."— Presentation transcript:
HOW DO ANIMALS PROTECT? By Camila Ingrid Melissa Vanessa Daniel
OBJECTIVE OF PRESENTATION This presentation will show that animals have adaptations that help them survive in their environment like camouflage, teeth, legs, fins, etc.
Some animal body parts help animals live in their habitats. Thick fur of mountain goats helps keep them warm. A hermit crab has antennae that help it feel, smell, and taste. The clownfish uses fins to swim quickly. Birds use wings and feathers to fly.
CAMOUFLAGE Camels hump has fat. The fat helps it live without food and water for a long time. Giraffes have long necks to reach the leaves high in the trees. Camouflage is a color or shape. Camouflage makes an animal or plant hard to see. Camouflage helps protect animals.
HYPOTHESIS WHAT CAN HELP ANIMALS PROTECT? Our hypothesis is that animals can survive in different environments.
PROCEDURE We investigated on how animals and plants can be associated with their environment by an examination of their structural characteristics.
RESULTS All animals have different ways of warning that danger is near.
CONCLUSIONS Animals have parts that help them live in different environments. They can change their color or shape to protect themselves from other animals. This is called camouflage. THANK YOU !!