Asked in Animal Life
How does an animals behavior and structure allow it to obtain energy from its environment?
It allows it to obtain because when it looks at other animals sharing the habitat they behave different ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Deserts
How are the roots of desert plants adapted to the environment?
Usually they will either have shallow rots to capture water from rain or deep tap roots to obtain water deeper within the soil. Different plants will often spread their roots at separate depths in order to avoid competition for water ...
Asked in Reptiles, Elephants, Rainforests
What are some ways reptiles have adapted?
They possess lungs to obtain oxygen from air. Their sensory organs are adapted for smelling, hearing, generally sensing on land. The reptile egg, containing everything an embryo needs and covered by a protective shell, allows it to survive in hot and dry environment. ...
How do you breed your fish?
There are almost as many different ways of breeding fish as there are different species. Firstly you research and obtain knowledge about the particular species of fish you wish to breed. You then prepare an environment which will fulfill those specifications perfectly. If you have done everything correctly the fish will breed and then your only problem will be to rear the young followed by the problem of disposing of the young fish you have reared (if any) plez help how do you...
Asked in Probability
What happens when experimental probability is repeated?
You obtain an estimate of the probability that will usually be different from previous result(s). You obtain an estimate of the probability that will usually be different from previous result(s). You obtain an estimate of the probability that will usually be different from previous result(s). You obtain an estimate of the probability that will usually be different from previous result(s). ...
Asked in Animal Behavior
Why do species compete with other species?
Most environments do not have sufficient resources to support unlimited populations of all the species present. Different species that have the same requirements for habitats and food will attempt to maximize their own use of the resources. Sometimes this will occur through changes in behavior, and sometimes by alterations in the species itself to better compete. "Survival of the fittest" means that a less-well-adapted species may die out if it cannot obtain food and safe habitats. Which applies and has applied to ever...
Asked in Biology
What two species can produce an offspring but the offspring isn't fertile?
A mule is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. Horses and donkeys are different species, with different numbers of chromosomes. Of the two hybrids between these two species, a mule is easier to obtain than a hinny (the offspring of a male horse and a female donkey). All male mules and most female mules are infertile. ...
Asked in Animal Life
How do different types of populations obtain their food?
Different types of different populations obtain their food in a variety of ways. Fish for example swim to catch their food. ...
Asked in Lions
How do lions obtain their food?
... I believe you mean obtain. Lions obtain their food by running it down. The female lions (Called lionesses) usually do the hunting. They prefer to eat wildebeest, warthogs, zebras, buffalo and different types of antelope. In India, lions eat several different species of deer, as well as wild boar. They usually sneak up to a herd of something-or-another, and corner the slow ones as a pack. ...
Asked in Biology
How do adaptations affect an organisms ability to survive in their environment?
they can obtain food easily and keep themselves safe and warm in a particular environment. ...
Asked in Dinosaurs, Herbivores, Carnivores
Which dinosaurs are stronger herbivores or carnivores?
There is no specific evidence proving the "strength" of different dinosaurs. However, carnivores adapted to killing other dinosaurs so they could obtain meat for survival. Herbivores adapted to be longer and more defensive, so as to reach tall trees and defend from attacking dinosaurs. It can be assumed that carnivores were the better killers and hunters. ...
Asked in Science, Animal Life
What effect does variation development have on a species?
If you mean variation development as in a genetic mutation within a certain species, it can have a very significant effect on that species. genetic mutation is the first step to Darwin's theory of evolution and survival of the fittest. Because of the mutation that occurs within an animal of the species, it will have the potential to either die quickly because of it, or outlive its fellow animals, because it's mutation was actually beneficial to its survival, such as a bird...
Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology, Jaguars
How do jaguars obtain energy?
Jaguars are consumers and predators. This means that they obtain energy from eating other animals. Jaguars are known as keystone species, meaning that they help maintain the ecosystems in which they live by controlling the populations of the species that they prey upon. ...
What must plant and animal species do in order for each species to survive?
The main things: obtain energy and nutrients dispose of wastes reproduce ...
Asked in SMS and Texting, Sydney Opera House
Some societies have different perspectives of the use of technology Which technological concern would most likely be most relevant for the people living in this environment?
Looking for ways to obtain water from the earth. (apex)
What is the relationship in which organisms struggle with one another and their environment to obtain the material they need to live known as?
Predation Competition. Either Contest or Scramble. Contest:- Involves organisms usually of the same species engaging in a physical contest to gain resources. Scramble:- All organisms in an environment trying to get as much of a resource as possible in order to survive. ...
Asked in Camels
What do camels have concentrated urine and dry feces?
They are native to and adapted for very arid environments. Therefore these to features aid them in the conservation of water in their bodies, making them better adapted to survive in these arid desert conditions where water is hard to obtain. ...
Asked in Solar Power
Is there a way to obtain solar energy that may not damaging the environment?
I think that solar energy obtained through solar panel doesn't harm the environment. ...
Asked in Arthropods
How do arthropods obtain food?
There isn't a simple answer. Arthropods are a large family and make up about 80% of all known species. Examples of arthropods are spiders, crabs, and centipedes. Each obtain food in a different way. Some hunt for their food, some are scavengers, and some just eat algae. ...
Asked in Scientists
Scientist use what to obtain data from a hostile environment?
robots,unmaned submarines,space probes
Asked in Science
What happens to the environment when you obtain water?
it depends whether you are part of it, just a bystander, or on Einstein's train ...