How do penguin survive in harsh climate?
Penguins huddle in packs to keep warm. The males have to do that when they are protecting themsleves and their eggs.
No, it is a verb. To survive. (infinitive) "To survive in a harsh climate is difficult."
Cattle from the eat could not survive on tough prairie grass but the blank could survive the harsh climate?
Cattle from the East could not survive on the tough prairie grasses, but the could easily survive the harsh climate of the plains.
The Antarctic environment is the natural habitat of the Emperor Penguin.
A penguin has no real shelter. They are out in harsh and cold environments and survive by huddling together in large groups.
It is very hard to see a human survive in that harsh climate, only a few are stationed there.
Animals survive in Antarctica by adapting to the harsh climate. There is not any claim life in Antarctica during the winter months.
There are several varieties of willow trees and some varieties are able to survive in harsh climates. Types of willow trees that grow in the extreme northern climates include the sage leaf and flat leaf.
they dig deep down to the part were it can find water.
The animals adapt to the harsh changes in climate over time. (: animals survive the tundra because they have blubber. and most animals camouflage into the eviornment. They evolved to.
Harbor seals exist in the northern hemisphere. There are no harbor seals in Antarctic waters.
They hide in their habbitat during the harsh climate
Here are two of the plants that survive the harsh climate of the Namib Desert in Namibia: The Welwitchia mirabillas The Taproot
they survive in harsh conditions
Cacti have thick, waxy cuticles that stop water loss.
loads of places do but the Himalayers are harsh
every animal is different and is used to a particular climate which is at a different ime of year. for instance a penguin would not survive in a hot climate because it has adapted to a cold climate
a penguin lives in a cold climate
Siberian tigers are specially adapted to their harsh cold climate with thick fur and more body fat that helps to insulate them from the cold.
The reindeer has a coat with two layers, a dense undercoat to provide warmth in the cold weather and a longhaired overcoat that is weather-resistent.
With the help of endospores, or thick-walled structures that help the bacteria survive harsh conditions.
They live in a very harsh climate
The weddell seal can adopt to its harsh climate by making circulatory adjustments and adjustments to its diet.
Caribou may use their antlers in times of dire need. To survive their cold, harsh climate, the use the layer of thick hair/fur.
No Penguins only live in the southern Hemisphere. In Alaska they would not survive, the climate that they require simply dosent suit for a Penguin in Alaska.
They probably moved to warmer places that are more suitable for living, or they hunted down animals for their skins to keep them warm in the harsh and cold climates.
Penguins survive their harsh environment because of a layer of fat and water-resistant feather patterns that are tightly packed. The feathers keep out the brutal Antarctic winds. When possible, and a penguin wants to 'warm up', the animal simply dives into the warmer water, which is always warmer than the ambient air above the water line.
The climate is harsh because it is near the Arctic circle, and because patches of freezing air reside above Siberia.
harsh climate, vast ,wild animals and wonderful climate
Climate is an important abiotic factor because it affects which organisms can live there. For instance the climate in Antarctica is extremely harsh and cold. The climate in the tropics is hot and wet. Palm trees live in the tropics but don't live in Antarctica. This is because the palm trees require the hot and wet climate of the tropics in order to survive.
It is able to survive by killing plants
harsh winds blizzards
yes they do
Desert climate is harsh due to the severe heat; to much heat can and will dehydrate you and you will die from most likely lack of water/fluids.
For a lion to survive it must be in a warm climate.
They have a thick cell wall that helps them survive.
they normally just dig holes and sit in them all day holes keep them cool also they are active at night when its mor cold!! lone wolf
There are a number of bacteria that DO survive in harsh environments be it pH or temperature extremes or an environment that is very salty. Bacteria that don't survive in harsh conditions usually lose cell wall integrity and break apart, or lose all their intercellular fluid and shrivel up.
Definitely not. The climate is to harsh.
It makes a cyst
They built houses
They form in a endospore.
The lowest climate for Turkey is possibly the winters because there can be very harsh.
the climate was a rainy season and a harsh winter
A harsh climate, little rainfall.
harsh cold-extreme heat