with its tusks...
They use their big elephant ears to protect itself from heat ............. they flap their ears like a fan and that makes them not hot and they also protect their selves.
An elephant protects its self with its large tusks and tough skin.
They defend themselves by using their trunk to scare their predators.
An elephant seal protects itself by having a red self- inflatable sac under it's throat in which it can inflate with air to make it look larger and more intimidiating to its enemies.
How does the pigeon protects itself?
The elephant defends itself with its tusks.
It protects itself
The great Jerboa protects itself by running away.
it`s armored body protects itself from predetors
A starfish protects itself by it's hard and rough skin
A zebra protects itself by doing camouflage itself in a tall patch of grass and it's predator can't get to it.
It protects itself by inflating itself.
By covering itself with its body. Or by defending itself
A jaguar protects itself by using its sharp claws and teeth. A jaguar protects itself by using its sharp claws and teeth.
by camofalging itself
because we need there tusks to make stuff
it protects it self using camouflage
A caterpillar protects itself by the bristles
an elephant fish is an underwater elephant with a horrible complexion. an elephant fish eats nothing it likes to starve itself.
by throwing mud and water on itself.
it protects itself by its nose
it protects itself by its strong coconuts.
a falcon protects itself with its claws and beak.
How the hognose snak protects itself
A Luna moth protects itself by blending with its surroundings in order to look like a leaf. It also protects itself by flapping its wings quickly to scare predators.
it protects itself and its young by blending in and hiding itself
The noun elephant itself has no gender. You can use the pronoun 'it' for an elephant. However, it is also appropriate to use she, he, her, or him if you know the gender of the elephant.
It protects,provides milk and weans them.
the coqui protects itself by camouflage th coqui protects itself by hiding in the trees of puerto rico and jumping from the tree to live
A bull shark protects itself by biting.
A starfish protects itself by eating its predators.
The Hippo protects itself by jumping deep into the water :)
A pigeon protects itself by flying away from danger.
Sharp teeth. About the same as a mouse defending itself.
from its bottom
what do you mean a puffing
Armour and a sword
The Shark Protects Itself By Eating Others
It makes itself look like a poisonous butterfly
No. An elephant has thick hide that can protect itself from teeth and claws. Also, the elephant would crush the bear with its foot.
It eats the enemy
No. An elephant would trample a bison to death. A bison could not gore its horns into the elephant because the elephant has thick skin to protect itself from injuries.
A hippopotamus protects itself with its sharp, and strong teeth. The hippo is large, and not afraid to attack when it feels threatened. Its teeth and jaws are strong and able to bite and crush enemies.
A hedgehog is a small animal that protects itself by hiding its head and spikes covers entirely its whole body.
The elephant seal is a huge animal with tusks (in which respect it resembles an elephant) and it can use those tusks as deadly weapons.
The skeleton itself and the surround muscular tissue protects the vital organs.
claws and teeth
it uses its comouflarge to hide