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© A. Weinberg Have you ever wondered how animals are able to survive in the wild? Animals have certain adaptations that help them to survive.
© A. Weinberg Think about the way you dress in the winter. You don’t wear your shorts and bathing suit when it’s snowing outside! You wear warm clothes, and maybe even a hat and mittens to protect yourself from the weather.
© A. Weinberg And what if you are having a snowball fight? You probably run away from the person throwing at you, and maybe even try to sneak up on that person and throw some snowballs!
© A. Weinberg The way you dress in the winter, as well as the way that you run and hide from someone throwing snow at you are kinds of … Adaptations.
© A. Weinberg We can separate adaptations into two categories: Physical AND Behavioral A D A P T A T I O N S
© A. Weinberg Physical adaptations are body structures that allow an animal to find and consume food, defend itself, and to reproduce its species. Physical adaptations help an animal survive in its environment. Hey! I ’ m a walking stick. I look just like a stick you ’ d find on the ground. © A. Weinberg
Physical adaptation Camouflage (use of color in a surrounding) The chameleon can change its color to match its surroundings. Can you do that?
© A. Weinberg Mimicry (looking or sounding like another living organism) The Viceroy butterfly uses mimicry to look like the Monarch butterfly. Can you tell them apart? Poisonous Not poisonous Physical adaptation I’m the Monarch! I’m the Viceroy!
© A. Weinberg Chemical defenses (like venom, ink, sprays) Physical adaptation
© A. Weinberg Body coverings & parts (claws, beaks, feet, armor plates, skulls, teeth) Physical adaptations The elephant’s trunk is a physical adaptation that helps it to clean itself, eat, drink, and to pick things up.
© A. Weinberg Now let’s learn about Behavioral Adaptations… Behavioral Adaptations allow animals to respond to life needs.
© A. Weinberg Each organism has unique methods of adapting to its environment by means of different actions. Behavioral Adaptations are animals’ actions. Remember that Physical Adaptations are body structures.
© A. Weinberg We can divide Behavioral Adaptations into two groups: Instinctive Learned These behaviors happen naturally & don ’ t have to be learned. These behaviors must be taught.
© A. Weinberg Instinctive behaviors happen naturally & don’t need to be learned = Finding shelter Methods of gathering & storing food Defending oneself Raising young Hibernating Migrating
© A. Weinberg Learned behaviors Obtained by interacting with the environment and cannot be passed on to the next generation except by teaching. =
© A. Weinberg In this lesson, we have learned about animal adaptations. There are 2 ways to describe adaptations: Physicaland Behavioral
© A. Weinberg Physical adaptations are body structures. Some examples of physical adaptations are: Camouflage Mimicry Body coverings & parts Chemical defenses
© A. Weinberg Behavioral Adaptations are animals’ actions. Behavioral Adaptations can be Instinctive or Learned.
© A. Weinberg toad. © A. Weinberg Have you ever wondered how animals are able to survive in the wild? Animals have certain adaptations that help them.
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