Asked in Cheetahs, Animal Life
How do animals protect themselves against their enemies?
Animals protect themselves in a variety of different ways. Some animal characteristics that help protect animals are claws, sharp teeth, hard or spiny shells, and good eyesight. ...
Asked in Aquatic Mammals, Animal Behavior
What are the adaptations of animals towards humans?
The adaptations of animals towards humans are the ones that will help the animals protect themselves. Some of them include spikes, stings, jaw, claws, speed, shells and so many more. ...
Asked in Crabs, Hermit Crabs
Why does hermit crabs live in shells left by other animals?
To protect their rather soft bodies.
How do spider crabs and ladybugs defend themselves?
Their hard shells help protect them from predators.
Asked in Clams Oysters and Scallops
Why do some animals such as clams have hard shells?
some animals such as clams have hard shells to protect them. sometimes if a predator sees a sheel it will either think it's a rock, but even if they dont think its a rock they will struggle to get the clam out of the shell even though some animals are able to. ...
Asked in Jane Goodall
How does Goodall probably feel when people ask her how they can help protect animals?
she probably feels like she can help a lot of animals
Asked in Slugs and Snails
Why do snails make a white barrier in their shells?
to protect them and to not slide out there shells