Unformatted text preview: How do changes in the environment affect organisms? Living things are adapted
to daily changes in their
habitat……………. Daily changes
Daily Flowers open and close Daily changes
Daily Sea anemones pull in their tentacles when the tide goes out to stop them drying out. Living things are adapted to seasonal changes in their habitat Seasonal changes in a garden
A garden in the summer A woodland
A woodland in spring The Arctic
The The Seashore
Wilderbeast migrate. They travel hundreds of miles every winter looking for grass to eat. Grass will only grow where it rains. Some insects spend winter in protective cases called pupua. This butterfly is emerging from a pupa. Some plants store their food for winter Some plants store their food for winter underground in their roots and stems. Squirrels store foods like nuts in the autumn to eat during the winter when there is not much food around. Some animals like tortoises, hedgehogs and bears, cannot store food to keep them warm. Some animals like tortoises, hedgehogs and bears, cannot store food to keep them warm. Instead they go to sleep in a warm sheltered place, such as undera pile of old leaves or inside an old tree trunk. This is called hibernation. This powerpoint was kindly donated to
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor Robinson during the Fall '08 term at BYU.
- Fall '08