Some organisms are better at adaptation to their environment because of their size, their diet, or any number of other reasons.
Some organisms survive extreme environments because the species of what ever the organism is has adapted to the extreme environment they live in.
They can survive in areas of the earth where no other life forms can be found. For example, some of them can't survive in oxygen, and others are found deep inside the ocean vents.
Bacteria typically thrive in warm, humid, and dark environments. This is a reason why the human body is an ideal breeding-ground for bacteria; the interior is the ideal temperature for bacteria, well-supplied with adequate moisture and nutrition, and usually dark. Additionally, some bacteria, extremophiles, are able to survive, even thrive, in extremely acidic, alkaline, or salty environments, or incredibly hot or cold environments, or incredibly wet or dry environments.
Actually the question has things a bit out of order. Adaptive mutations turn out to confer enhanced fitness (for survival) attributes which are passed to offspring. At some point creatures of such lineages become genetically isolated and able to reproduce only among themselves. It is only in that ancestral sense that inherited "adaptive traits" can be called helpful in the present time.
1) Evolution: Organisms are transformed over time2) Common descent: Every group of organisms is linked to a common ancestor.3) Multiplication of species: Species multiply, become diverse, and therefore evolve4) Gradualism: Evolution takes place through gradual change5) Natural selection: Only organisms with the most suitable heritage and genes will survive.
yes.There are several organisms. Spirogyra ,some algae are some
The archaebacteria kingdom is one of the six kingdoms. Organisms in this kingdom are also called Bacteria; they are unicellular and live in very extreme environments. The "common bacteria" belongs to another kingdom; the Eubacteria kingdom, bacteria in this kingdom differ from bacteria in the archaebacteria kingdom and they do not live in extreme environments.
Most get their energy from food. However some very specialized organisms obtain energy from inorganic sources in extreme environments such as undersea vents.
Technically, all bacteria is ancient and has developed over billions of years. The bacteria we find today all comes from a common ancestor. Some ancient bacteria had to thrive in extreme environments, they are known as Extremophiles. These Extremophiles live in environments that other organisms can not, such as high temperatures, extreme pH ranges.
The desert, ocean, caves and the sky [space].
Extreme environments offer challenges for animals and plants to live in.Extreme environments consist of:Mountains (e.g. the Andes)Deserts ( Such as the Sahara desert)Polar environmentsThese are extreme in temperature, lack of food, water, isolation, etc.
some can and some cannot
These kind of organisms are classified into a domain called Archaea. These organisms are all prokaryotic and usually are found in extreme environmental places. Some of these are called: thermoacidophile (live in very hot and acidic environments), halophile (live in extremely salty environments) and methanogen (live in environment with high methanes).
Some of them are, however, there are many microscopic organisms that are not harmful, some of which you could not survive without.
Some dangers are:No airno gravitytoo hottoo coldno water
they can move to another place or they can adapted
The rainforest has more water and plants and can support more animals than a desert.