They use their horn to ward off predators.
To ward off predators.
clydesdales are domesticated horses and do not have to ward off predators
They use their defense mechanisms, their teeth and claws, to ward off predators.
To ward off predators, capture prey, or for camouflage.
Monarch butterflies don't camouflage because there is no need to. There colorful bodies ward off predators. They are poisonous to predators if eaten.
they are warning the predators that they are poisonous, though only half of the time they actyually are. :) genius:)
Hamsters like to mark their territory and get rid of their animal smell to ward off snakes and other predators.
Cardinals use their bright colors to ward off predators. They also can fly away from danger and into large trees.
some animals are born with them.. others develope them over time. it is said that some animals have them to ward off predators.
no because one squid isn't going to ward off all hungry predators in the end the squid will be killed
No, but they can secrete a bad-tasting fluid in order to ward off predators. source: http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/bugs/ladybug/
Bioluminescence in jellies mainly is used to ward off predators or to confuse. Red bioluminescence makes animals appear larger.
because a long time ago the kiwi had a reason to adapt that fur for a reason. i believe to ward off any predators
He tried to ward off the evil spirits.
IF you meant '...protect themselves from predators' - They have a powerful bite, and they also use their strong tails as a 'whip' to ward off attackers.
Some use their fluorescent coloring to act as a defense mechanism and to ward off predators. Mostly, however, they will bite and release venom when they are intimidated.
Ladybugs protect themselves by secreting an orange, smelly fluid from the joints on their legs. Also their red/orange coloration is to ward off predators.
Glow worms are insects and insect larvae that glow through bioluminescence. The glowing can either be used to attract mates or to ward off predators.
The mucous the frog secretes from its skin typically has a foul smell and is usually a poison to help ward off predators.
A tokay geckos natural instinct is to defend one's self. A tokay will bark to ward off predators, call a mate, stress, or simple exhaustion.
nothing can ward off a vampire bat its impossible.
Um, they're just thought to ward off evil in general.
This repellent did not ward off the mosquitoes very well.