This category will discuss all the different ways animals adapt to their environment. The adaptation is the process of accommodation of an animal to the environment that surrounds him. It is the result of natural selection, and implies interactions of organisms with their physicochemical environment and with individuals of other species that surround them and with which they live.
Example the gallipato is an organism that, in order to survive, despite its primitivism, has had to accommodate its body (thickened skin) and its behavior (defensive behavior) to the area (seasonal ponds) and fauna (aquatic predators) that surround it.
We can distinguish different types of adaptations, the most important being:
Physiological adaptations . Morphological adaptations . Ethological or behavioral adaptations.