fhuck u it defend itself bi comouflaging
A flower may have thorns such as a rose does enabling it to passively defend itself .
They defend itself by hitting the enemy with their Tail or the enemy will be Poked by the quills
it kill itself
Koalas are not gentle if they are interfered with. Koalas are wild animals, and if approached in their natural habitat, they will use their sharp teeth and claws to defend themselves. The only gentle koalas are those that have been raised in koala sanctuaries, and frequently handled.
they use their sharp claws to defend themselves. they use thier sharp claws of growls loudly to defend itself
Koalas do not wash themselves.
a sea star defend itself by hiding under rocks year around
It would use it's wing's to defend itself. When it uses it's large long wings to defend itself or it's partners it would hit it as hard as it could.
he defend his self by flying
how dose a boobook owl defend itself
The elephant defends itself with its tusks.
it depends itself by using its shell
Koalas pose no threat to humans. They do not attack without provocation, although they will defend themselves. Nor do they carry diseases which are transmissible to humans.
by blending in
with its beak
An ox will use its horns, head, hooves, and weight to kill the enemy or defend itself.
how a swift fox defends itself
it snaps at a predator to defend itself
It defends itself with its spines.
Japanese beetles are winged insects. To defend itself from predators, it can either fly away from danger or burrow itself deep inside the soil.
Koalas aren't usually aggressive but they have strong, sharp claws and teeth to defend themselves.