Adaptation:Fur Turns white during the cold snowy winter months. Seasonal Camouflage
Adaptation: Produces very little sweat and urine. *Regulates Body Temperature Advantagous for survival to void little liquid in hot conditions Camels do not store water in hump. It is fatty tissue insulating from the heat.
AdaptationLong, powerful legs *Take fewer strides from point A to B. *Long powerful tail helps to maintain balance when changing direction at extremely high speeds.
Adaptation: Nostrils (blowholes) located on the top of their heads. *To breathe
Adaptation:Long, muscular neck and long, flexible tongue *Used to reach and rip leaves from branches
Adaptation:Hooves with a soft, spongy, inner pad surrounded by a hard, outer rim. For climbing in steep, rocky, slippery terrain. Provides traction in precarious habitats.
Adaptation: Flaps of featherless skin between their front and back legs It glides by means of furry flaps of skin that stretch out and taut on both sides of body when limbs are extended.
Adaptation:Wings that look like flippers To mainly steer and stop.
Adaptation:Streamlined body shape *Used to swim faster when it is catching their prey and escaping from predator.
Adaptation: Oil stored in liver Sharks do not have a swim bladder for bouyancy, cartilage is lighter than bone which helps them float.
Adaptation: Webbed feet *Helps to steer and balance when swimming
Adaptation: Layer of fat or blubber around their body *For Warmth. Insulation traps heat.