In Their Natural Habitats

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Unformatted text preview: In Their Natural Habitats Habitats Animal Adaptations Animal INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION The place where an organism lives is called a habitat Any place in which an organism lives is an example of a habitat WOODLAND HABITAT WOODLAND Pond Tree trunk SAND DUNES HABITAT SAND ROCK POOL HABITAT ROCK WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EACH HABITAT? BETWEEN WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT EACH HABITAT? EACH Ea c h h a b ita t h a s different conditions e .g . ­te m p e ra ture ­lig h t ­m o is ture ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS ANIMAL Anim a ls live m o s t o f th e tim e in th e c o nd itio ns wh ic h s uit th e m b e s t T h e ir b o d ie s a re b e tte r adapted to s o m e c o nd itio ns th a n to o th e rs T h is m e a ns th a t s o m e a nim a ls a re m o re like ly to b e fo und in o ne kind o f h a b ita t ra th e r th a n a no th e r POLAR BEAR POLAR Nostrils can be closed when it is swimming underwater Large, wide paws to help it walk in Fur looks white to help them blend in with the snow or ice Thick woolly undercoat to help keep it warm DROMEDARY CAMEL DROMEDARY Large nostrils that can open and close Leathery patches on knees Long eyelashes and bushy Fat-filled hump eyebrows Two-toed feet with thick leathery pads This powerpoint was kindly donated to www.worldofteaching.com http://www.worldofteaching.com is home to over a thousand powerpoints submitted by teachers. This is a completely free site and requires no registration. Please visit and I hope it will help in your teaching. ...
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