Asked in Animal Life
What are fast but have short legs and sharp claws to dig their homes?
Asked in Domestic Cat Breeds
What is the only breed of cat with retractable claws?
All breeds of cats have retractable claws except the cheetah. It has non retractable claws which help it to grip the ground when running fast. This is a disadvantage when it does catch its prey as the claws are not as sharp. ...
Asked in Lions
What are the African lion's adaptations for survival?
Sharp teeth, strong claws, and the ability to run very fast
Asked in Cheetahs
Why are cheetahs good predators apart from they are fast?
sharp teeth sharp claws camoflauged in certain surroundings silenced footsteps the ability to jump around trees quickly and swiftly ...
Asked in Iguanas
How does a green iguana protekt it'self?
You misspelled protect and itself. They have sharp claws, sharp teeth, and a tail like a bull whip. They can scratch with their claws. They can bite if need be. They can use their tails like a whip. They are also proficient climbers and quite fast runners. ...
Asked in Animal Behavior
What adaptations would you expect to find in an animal which hunts other animals?
Sharp claws and teeth, ability to run, swim, or fly fast.
Asked in Cheetahs
What do cheetahs use their short claws for?
Cheetahs cannot retract their claws as they are necessary for fast running. They also use their dew claws to trip prey so that they can grab them by the neck for the kill. Of course, having non-retractable claws limits the cheetah's climbing ability. ...
Asked in Polar Bears
What are the polar bear's physical adaptations?
Long thick hair, blubber, and body fat and very sharp claws to dig into ice thick fur, blubber, body fat, sharp claws, big padded paws, their white fur so that they can camouflage their selves, very strong, fast swimmers. ...
Asked in Toucans
How fast is a toucan?
Toucans do not fly well. They do spend a lot of time in trees but travel by hopping from branch to branch using their sharp claws to grip the branches. They can fly by flapping their wings and then gliding short distances. Their top speed is about 39 miles per hour. ...