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Adaptation How have these animals these adapted to their environment?
Camel n Has long legs to keep body away from hot sand n Can store fat in hump. n Can go for long periods without water.
Camel n Can close nostrils to keep out sand. n Has long eyelashes to keep out sand. n Many blood vessels just under the skin to cool the blood.
Polar Bear n Has white fur for camouflage. n Each hair is hollow for extra insulation. n Has sharp teeth and claws to catch and eat prey. n Has ridged foot pads to prevent slipping.
Penguin n Has thick layer of fat to keep warm. n Produces oil to keep feathers waterproof. n Stream lined body for swimming.
Golden Eagle n Large wing span for gliding. n Sharp talons for catching and holding prey. n Hooked beak for tearing meat. n Large eyes for spotting prey from great distances.
Shark n Stream lined body for swimming. n Fins to propel through the water. n Sharp teeth. n Gills to breath under water.
Ostrich n Long legs to run fast. n Large eyes to see long distances. n Long feathers to provide more shade to eggs and to keep body warm at night.
Adaptation How have these animals these adapted to their environment?
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A kangaroos long cone shaped tail helps it balance.
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