By Susan Glass
This booklet explains how species have tailored to their setting through the years which will survive.
summary: This publication explains how species have tailored to their setting over the years for you to live to tell the tale
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Manages to find. Their bodies grow together, and Millions of luminous the male fish is supported by the female. bacteria live on the “bait” and make it glow in the dark with a bluish or greenish yellow light. When it gets hungry, the fish waves the bait back and forth and attracts fish, which it then gobbles up quickly. 40 I’m Hot and Thirsty! ● ● ● Plants and animals in the desert have adapted to the heat and lack of water. Many desert plants roll up their leaves during the hottest part of the day or grow in locations where the Sun does not hit them directly.
Some plants have thick, waxy skins to keep water from escaping. Long taproots help some desert plants seek water deep in the ground. Cactus plants have shallow roots that spread out far from the plant, ready to soak up the rain when it finally falls. Cactuses store water in their thick stems. Avoiding heat is a top priority for desert animals. Many creatures, such as foxes, skunks, and bats, are nocturnal—they come out at night when it’s cooler and sleep in the shade during the day. Desert amphibians and rodents burrow into the Fox ground to escape the Sun.
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Adaptation and survival by Susan Glass