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How has a deer adapted its habitat?


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2014-09-17 15:20:55
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Deer have adapted to be able to run very fast and jump high. They also eat at night, when there are fewer humans around.


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They are adapted because that is their habitat. That means they have to adapt with the habitat in order to get food and water, escape predators, find a mate, etc.

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