Predators Food chain Were it lives Capad What it does when its in trouble Catching prey Bibliography
back kidneys The Capad also has adapted strong kidneys to hold water for weeks. Size The Capad is very small it is only 25cm long and 20cm tall. This is important because it doesn't have to eat much food.
back The Capad lives' in small cracks and tunnels. They live In these spaces to stay warm and safe. It is also good because larger animals cant get to them. The capad also stay’s in these crakes to stay cool because there is limited water and shad outside. There is a down side though. You can find out about it on predators.
back The Capad is a carnivore. it eats small rodents and can eat scorpions because it has adapted to its venom.
back Caves The down side to living in a cave is that. spiders go in there witch is one of the Capads predators. Scorpions are the Capads food but if it is not careful it can be a predator be its pointy claw piecing it. The Capad’s colour helps it to camouflage to hide from predators When the Capad gets startled it runs off to hide.
back The Capad rises his tail when it see’s a predator to warn other Capad’s. It has adapted this in time. In a emergence
back The Capad takes short cuts and small holes to have a better chance of catching its prey.
Thank you for reading Bibliography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hopping_mousehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hopping_mouse. Date:26/03/14 Mousehttp://www.alicespringsdesertpark.com.au/kids/nature/mammals/mouse.shtml date:26/03/14 http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/coyote/ Date:26/03/14 http://www.thefreedictionary.com/viscachashttp://www.thefreedictionary.com/viscachas. Date:26/03/14 back By: Dayna