Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology
What are two adaptations of canine teeth in carnivorous animals?
to hold,to kill,to tear the prey
Asked in Animal Life
What are two adaptations for an animal?
One example of adaptation in animals is webbed feet. Webbed feet enable aquatic and semi-aquatic animals to swim and move easily through water. Another adaptation is the sharp, curved beak of birds such as parrots. This enables them to crack hard nuts and seeds, and to grasp hold of branches, enabling them to climb easily. ...
Asked in Animal Life, Rainforests, Forests
How many animals live in a tree?
Animals need a place to live as we do. Some live in the water and others in holes in the ground, but many animals live in trees. We cannot live in trees because we do not have the special characteristics that are needed to move about in trees. If we were to take away trees, we would leave many animals without homes. Many animals have claws that grip to the trees. Squirrels build their nests high up on the treetops, or in the tree's...
Asked in Koalas
Why do koalas need strong legs?
Koalas have need of strong legs to climb up trees, which is where they spend a good portion of their lives. Their legs also help keep them balanced as they move around in the trees, they help support them as they sit in the trees and they help them to hold on to tree branches. ...
Asked in Animal Rights and Abuse
How many animals can shelter hold?
it can hold many animals it depends on the shelter and there policy. for insint if there policy is "accsept any animal" then they can hold from 40-60. but if its a "accsept only healthy animals" then it could be form 20-40. ...
Asked in Frogs
What are the Adaptations of the green and golden bell frog?
they can hold there breath for a long time and they have coloration that blends in with their habitat ...
Asked in Roman Empire, The Colosseum
Where in the Colosseum did they hold the animals and prisoners?
Both animals and prisoners were held in underground pens.
Asked in Animal Life
How much oxygen does animals need?
The oxygen needs of animals vary. It really depends on their size, activity, adaptations, and several other factors. There are some animals that use oxygen rapidly, and others that can hold their breath for quite sometime. Humans breathe several times a minute. Whales can go for about 15 minutes between breaths. Some spiders can go more than two days. ...