so that they can survive and to reach the leaves on trees
Coniferous trees adapted with their needle shaped leaves because to survive in cold climatic conditions. Pines and cedars are example for coniferous trees.
Animals have adapted to be able to survive in the Amazon rainforest in a variety of ways. One of the most common adaptations is to move up into the trees, making their homes in the rainforest canopy instead of on the ground.
Monkeys have adapted to be able to climb through the tops of trees to stay far away from most predators. Monkeys also survive by staying in groups.
In the desert Kalahari.
They live up near the canopy in the trees. They are perfectly adapted for life in the trees and survive their whole lives up there.
Gathering roots and hunting small game.
No polar bears have not adapted to survive in the tropical forest.
The main way cockroaches have adapted to survive for millions of years is by surviving in a number of different environments. They survive on many different foods and have adapted to life with humans.
No trees can survive in Antarctica.
Mangrove trees have become specialized to survive in the extreme conditions of estuaries. Two key adaptations they have are the ability to survive in waterlogged and anoxic (no oxygen) soil, and the ability to tolerate brackish waters.