Adaptations in Animals grade 4
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(Points to remember)
Aerial animals: Animals that fly in air are called aerial animals
Aestivation is the resting state of some animals to avoid hot and dry conditions.
Amphibians are the animals that can live both on land and in water. Example toads, frogs.
Aquatic animals are the animals that live in water. Example of fish
Arboreal animals: Animals that live on trees
Blubber is a layer of fat under the skin of some animals
Camouflage is the ability of an animal to blend with their surroundings
Endangered animals are animals that are in danger of becoming extinct. Example Asian elephants, snow leopards, white tiger, Giant panda.
Hibernation is the resting state of some animals to avoid extreme cold.
Hosts are the organisms from which parasites derive their food. Examples are human beings etc.
Parasite are the organisms that live on or inside the body of other organisms for food. Examples leeches, bedbugs, ticks, fleas
Scavengers are animals that eat dead animals. Example Hyenas
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