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  1. A Sigma Science Presentation Y6 Evolution and Inheritance Plant and animal adaptations

  2. All the animals and plants that live on the planet Earth have had to ADAPT (change) over time to survive in the HABITATS that they are found in and live in. Habitats may change slowly, or sometimes quickly, over time. If the animals that live there don’t also change and adapt, they may die out and become EXTINCT. ADAPTATIONS Fish live in water. To live in water their bodies have had to ADAPT. These adaptations include gills, fins and a streamlined body. Birds can fly. In order to fly, birds have had to ADAPT their bodies. These adaptations include wings, feathers and a streamlined body. Water lilies live in water. To live in water they have had to ADAPT. These adaptations include large flat waxy leaves that float on the water.

  3. The Kangaroo He has large, powerful thigh muscles to help him jump and hop. He has forward facing eyes to help him judge distances. He has large ears on the top of his head that can turn 180˚. This helps him to hear sounds all around him. He has a long thick tail that helps him to balance as he moves.

  4. The Thistle It has green leaves to help make food through a process called photosynthesis. It has a flower to attract insects and help with pollination. The spikes around the flower, on the stem and on the leaves help prevent them from being eaten by animals.

  5. She has large eyes on the front of her head to help her see and catch prey. The Brown Owl Her feathers are camouflaged to help her close in on her prey when hunting. She has a sharp beak ideal for cutting and ripping meat. Her bones weigh less than her feathers. This helps her fly and save energy.

  6. Identify two adaptations for each of the following animals. The monkey The Koala The flamingo The frog