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Mrs. Morgan’s Class Animal Adaptation Projects 2001-2002 With many thanks to Mrs. Lenzi, Mrs. Sheldon and Mrs. Nikolova for helping us with our projects.

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1 Mrs. Morgan’s Class Animal Adaptation Projects With many thanks to Mrs. Lenzi, Mrs. Sheldon and Mrs. Nikolova for helping us with our projects.

2 Essential Question: How do animals survive? Performance Indicator: Describe how animal adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment.

3 How Rattle Snakes Survive This is how rattle snakes survive. Rattle snakes live in deserts, prairies and forests. When a rattle snake’s tail is rattling means that’s enough! Don’t get too close! Rattle snakes eat rabbits and reptiles like lizards. They catch their prey with venom in their fangs. This is how a rattle snake survives. By Luis

4 How Giraffes Survive This is how giraffes survive. Giraffes live in and around the Sahara desert. They always need to be around trees. Giraffes can run 35 miles per hour - 56 kilometers per hour. They need a long neck for reaching tree tops and long legs and heavy hooves for kicking and running away from enemies. That is how giraffes survive. by Julianne

5 How Cats Survive This is how a cat survives. Some cats live outside. Cats have retractable claws. They have keen senses, sharp claws and the ability to jump and climb. These are features that cats use to protect themselves from enemies. People feed cats and they need fresh water every day. Some cats hunt mice and birds. This is how a cat survives. by Dara

6 How Polar Bears Survive This is how a polar bear survives. Polar bears are meat eaters. They have special features to keep them live in the Arctic. Polar bears hunt seals, walruses, small whales and fish. Polar bears blend in with the snow to hunt seals. Their thick fur and a layer of fat keep them warm. Small ears lose less body heat. Their feet on the bottom of them keep them from slipping on ice. Webbing between their clawed toes helps them swim. That is how a polar bear survives. By Yelena

7 How Rabbits Survive This is how a rabbit eats and survives. Rabbits live all over the world except Antarctica. Rabbits are fast and can hop away from many enemies especially humans. Rabbits eat a lot of grass and other plants and chew leaves and plants in peoples gardens. Rabbits make their homes in small holes called burrows. This is how a rabbit eats and survives. By Angelika

8 How Tigers Survive A tiger’s stripes help them camouflage. It has retractable claws and sharp teeth to catch his food. This is what tigers eat: wild pigs, wild cattle, deer and fish. Tigers live in Asia. Tiger tails can be 60 pounds. A tiger can weigh more than 90 pounds. Tigers eat by using sharp teeth. This is how tigers survive. By Raymond

9 How A Snow Leopard Survives A snow leopard lives in the snow. A snow leopard weighs about 90 pounds. A snow leopard is 5 feet long. The snow leopard has cream colored hair. A snow leopards protects itself by camouflaging in the snow. A snow leopards does not roar like a lion but purrs like a cat. A snow leopard hunts its food by hiding behind trees and hiding behind rocks. The snow leopard also eats fish and birds. This was all about how a snow leopard survives. By Ashley

10 How Zebras Survive Zebras survive in many ways. A zebra lives in Africa. Stripes help it hide and strong legs protect zebras. Zebras eat grass with flat teeth. This is how zebras survive. By Benita

11 How Panthers Survive These are ways panthers survive. A black panther hunts deer, rabbits and some birds. Panthers are the same as black leopards. They both live in forests and jungles. They both hunt with eyes, claws and teeth. A panther climbs to get away from enemies and catch prey. Its color is great at night. It also runs to get away from enemies and get prey. By Oleg

12 How A Garter Snake Survives This is how a garter snake survives. A garter snake lives in rocky places, in high grass, woods, swampy places and streams. A garter snake protects itself by out slithering its enemies. My animal eats cold blooded animals like worms, frogs, toads and fish. It swallows its food whole. That is how a garter snake survives. By Alana

13 How Bush Babies Survive This is how a lesser Bush baby survives. Bush Babies need to live in very leafy and grassy lands. The bush baby needs big eyes so he could see in the dark. He has hands just like ours so he could eat, catch and throw. He can throw things at his enemy and can climb very fast. He eats fruits, vegetables and leaves. This was how a lesser bush baby survives. By Cade

14 How A Shark Survives This is how a shark survives. Sharks live in the oceans. The shark eats by using sharp teeth, so watch out! It protects itself by swimming fast. Rows of teeth bite its enemies. By Zack

15 How A Peacock Survives. This is how a peacock survives. A peacock lives in the Congo rain forest in Africa and parts of Southeast Asia. It also can live on islands of Hawaii. A peacock normally lives in wooded areas with lots of trees. Peacocks actually have a hard time protecting themselves from enemies - human hunters that want feathers. Peacocks don’t have many animals enemies. Peacocks eat insects, worms, seeds, small snakes. They eat with their beaks. That’s how a peacock survives. By Victoria

16 How Lions Survive. This is about how lions survive. Lions sleep during the day and hunt at night. Lions eat zebras and other animals with sharp teeth. The mane protects lions when they fight other lions. Lions don’t have many enemies except for sickness and humans. Lions live in Africa and the grassy plains and the dry woods out in the open and that’s how lions survive. By Natasha

17 How Cheetah Survives This is how a cheetah survives. The cheetah lives in Africa. The cheetah protects itself with spots, teeth and claws. It eats meat like deer and zebras and goats. A cheetah is a fast animal. It can run from its enemies. And it could run to get its food. These are the ways how a cheetah survives. By Arthur

18 How Ants Survive During the winter and summer ants drink juices. They eat food with strong jaws. Some ants sting you. They eat grass, leaves and seeds. They live in dirt and under rocks. This is how ants survive. By Christina

19 How Humming Birds Survive This is how humming birds survive. It flies backwards to protect itself from enemies. It goes to flowers and uses its beak to eat. Humming birds eat nectar and insects. It lives in South America or North America and in warm or tropical areas. This is how humming birds survive. By Mike

20 How Black Rhinoceros Survive These are the many ways a black rhinoceros survives. The black Rhinoceros lives in grassy and bushy plains. It defends itself by using his long front horn. This Rhino hides in the day and comes out at night because he is black. It eats short trees, bushes and grass. It has flat teeth to eat plants. These are the many ways a black rhinoceros survives. By Carmen

21 How Dolphins Survive There are many ways that dolphins survive. Dolphins can be found in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Sometimes the dolphins swim altogether. One way to protect itself is to go underwater in a deep cave. Dolphins eat shrimp with their teeth. Dolphins are also the smartest animal on earth. They swim fast to get away from danger. That is how dolphins survive. By Emily

22 How Elephants Survive By Liyah


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