Animals, their Adaptations and Cactus

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Animals, their Adaptations and Cactus

Pandas

Animals - Adaptations

Tortoise turtle

Polar bear

IntroductionHi guys, today I'm going to talk about 5 animals and their adaptations.

So first we got the saguaro cactusTheir adaptations are:It's expanding trunk allows it to take in and store enough water and food for it to survive in the dessert. It doesn't need a lot of water to survive.The flower only opens on cooler nights and is closed during the heat of middays.

My next animal is the polar bearHere are the adaptations:Polar bears have white fur so they can camouflage with the snow. A polar bear has a layer of fat which keeps it warm during the winter. The polar bear has claws which help it catch its prey. They have wide paws which help them walk on snow.

Tortoise turtleHere are a few of their adaptationsThis kind of turtle lives in the desert. It can be active in the morning depending on the temperature. The tortoise turtle buries itself under the sand to protect itself from extrem heat. Adults can survive a whole year without water. Turtles withdraw their feet, heads and tails to stay protected from predators.

This animal is a human's friend. I present you the Dolphins and their adaptations:The dolphin is streamlined to move fast, to catch food and escape from predators. They have excellent hearing to protect themselves from predators. The dolphin swims with other Dolphins for company and protection.

Last but not least the giant panda. It's a very rare kind of animal there are only a 1000 left from it in the world. So let's talk about its adaptations.The panda has sixth thumb that helps them grab a baboon. The Cubs have strong skulls so if they fall they don't get hurt. They have strong legs that help them move and climb trees to find food. Giant pandas have a strong stomache that helps them digest the baboon.


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