The colour of numbats does enable camouflage. Numbats have reddish-brown coloured fur, which matches in to the bushland they inhabit. They have six or seven white stripes along their back, which camouflage as dappled sunlight through the trees. They also have a black horizontal stripe running through each eye, which helps them blend into the logs and tree bark of the bushland where they live.
A six letter word for the three major subdivisions of a all organisms is domain.
Discuss six uses of the liquid limit & plastic limit
Since taxonomy isn't an exact science, multiple systems are used, depending on schools of thought. The Six-Kingdom system uses the following Kingdoms:ArchaebacteriaEubacteriaProtistaFungiPlantaeAnimalia
chameleon, stick insect, zebras, snakes, all different types of species:D
The kingdom is Protista, which includes simple eukaryotic organisms.
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they are all living organisms.
The word for the three major subdivisions of all organisms has six letters and ends with n is domain.
Grasshoppers have green pigment in their cuticle that makes them looks like green plant. Green snakes also have green pigment on their skin. Fennec fox which live in desert are sand-coloured. Emerald tree boa that live in tree are green. The walkingstick shaped like twigs. The Australia leafwing butterfly looks like leaves. So with this ability they re able to escape from their predators.
The six kingdoms are:Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Archaea, Protista, and bacteria
there are six parts
A phylogeny is history of organisms and they have six kingdoms.
Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia. :)