Unformatted text preview: land. A salamander would use its back legs to climb rocks or trees to get food, but this salamander slithers like a snake on land and can swim in water. Having backs legs would make it harder for it to move that quick. As for a salamander to who has all four legs they can run and climb to get away from predators and they can dig for their food. These salamanders may not do well in water because they would move slower than the salamanders that have evolved and adapted better to aquatic living. Most animals and human will adapted to their surroundings. Like some humans if they live in a cold climate a person will turn up the heat in the house and put on warmer clothes. Same goes with animals they will grow their winter fur for the colder months and shed it when it gets warmer out. Everything and everyone has to adjust to the surrounds where they live enable to survive....
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course ACCT 231 taught by Professor Shan during the Spring '10 term at Allen University.
- Spring '10