How are marsupials protect themselves from predators?
Numbats are small and vulnerable marsupials. The only way they can protect themselves is by hiding. Numbats hide in hollow logs and in undergrowth to stay safe from predators.
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Mice protect themselves from predators by being quick and agile, but most of their predators are faster. They have sharp claws and teeth for the predators that they can't escape.
Eels protect themselves by electrocuting their predators
How the snakes protect themselves is their fangs.
lynexs protect themselves form predators by either running up tree or finding shelter near by. lynexs protect themselves form predators by either running up tree or finding shelter near by.
they protect themselves by their leaf looking body and camoflauge to hide from predators
Weddell seals swim under the ice to protect themselves from predators. They live in remote habitats that also helps to protect them from predators.
You probably wont believe it but they live in caves to protect themselves from predators.
Penguins swim away from predators (sea lions, sharks) in the water. On land, the penguins group together to protect themselves and their chicks.
Orangutans protect themselves by hiding away, whether in trees or behind other things. they may also bite when they find predators
Yes orangutans do protect themselves. They hide, bite, and use their arms to protect them selves against predators.
They camouflage themselves so that they can hide from their predators.
they can't proyect themselves
Vomit on them
To protect themselves from predators.
they can hide
To protect themselves from predators.
they have spikes
Striped hyenas don't have predators
Lions do not have predators except for other lions and human beings. They protect themselves from humans by hiding and running when they see us. They protect themselves from other lions by either doing the same thing, or by fighting the other lion.
They build a home underground to protect them from predators
Dingoes are an apex predator and have no natural predators.
They are very fast and can run away from their predators. This is and adaptation they have.
They ram into their predators with their antlers, or just try to outrun their predators. Besides that, they can't really defend themselves.
To protect themselves from predators
they try to hide
It depends on what kind.
They close their shell
They Yell HELP!
Armadillo protect themselves by rolling into a ball. Because of their hard shell, predators cannot permeate the ball they roll themselves into.
Phascogales, small Australian marsupials, have very little defence or means to protect themselves. Their best defence is the fact that they are arboreal, or tree-dwelling animals, so are safe ffrom ground-dwelling predators such as cats, dogs and foxes. They are not safe, however, from owls, quolls or pythons.
Animals protect themselves from predators by 1. Running 2. Move in large groups 3. Camouflage 4. Pretend to be dead email@example.com
they protect themsleves by camaflouge
They are apex predators; they have no natural predators and have no need to defend themselves.
Smack their fin tails at sharks and other predators. That is how i think humpback whales protect themselves
Pink Flamingos protect themselves by pecking predators with their beaks in a fast jerk like motion. Flamingos also stay in large groups to avoid and confuse predators.
Yes, they do but not to protect themselves from predators like myths say. They do it to hide their eggs in the sand to protect their eggs from predators.
Ocean plants can't usually 'protect' themselves but they are well camouflaged so the predators don't see them.
normally by flight.however they can bite.
they swim away
There shell protects them
swimming and run and protect themselves from predators.
So they can protect themselves from any predators!
it will run they can bite and kick
They need them to protect themselves from predators.
so they can protect themselves from predators.
The main predator of the African penguin is the leopard and whales. They use their agility and their feet to protect themselves from the predators.