Biome Animal adaptations
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Animals have compact bodies to retain heat
Many animals grow slowly and reproduce less frequently requireing less energy
Many animals migrate to the tundra to reproduce in the marshy conditions durring the summer
Some animals migrate in and out and others stay all through out winter in burrows to keep warm.
Animals tend to be large with thicker fur to keep in heat
Reptitles and amphibians are rare
Temperate deciduous forest
Great habitat for squirels, rabbits, skunks, cougars, deer, wolves, bears and amphibians.
Some mammals hibernate and others migrate to keep warm
Most animals live near the floor where they are protected from the wind and rain.
Many insects live in decomposing tree bark
Many large grazing animals
Some have flat teeth in order to grind plant materials
animals will burrow to escape fire, predators and extreme weather
Some animals include antiloppes, lions, cheetahs, kangaroos, horses, snakes and coyotes
most animals are adapted to live in trees
Many animals have adapted to open nuts and fruits
Reptiles are common and have thick skin and scales to prevent water loss
Animals will burry themselves deep into the ground and sleep durring drought and times of heat
animals will be active mainly at night, because the temperatures are lower
Has mostly penguins and marine mammals such as leopard seals
Penguins have layers of fat and tightly packed feathers that retain heat
Other animals have thick winter coats
Many animals will live toghether to retain heat
Many animals will have white coats
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