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    Adaptations of polar bears

    At present, there are about 20,000-25,000 polar bears in the world. These bears live under threat mainly from global warming, which melts the ice and reduces the habitat of the animals. When the ice melts it creates a number of problems for the polar bears. Because they are adapted to living in an area that […] More

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    Adaptations of mammals with examples

    To understand the different adaptations of mammals, one must go back to their origins. It is very likely that the appearance of mammals on Earth occurred at the beginning of the Mesozoic era. At this time there was a group of reptiles that had mammalian characteristics; They were very frequent from the Permian to Triassic […] More

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    The grasshopper adaptations

      Some confuse them with crickets, but the grasshoppers make up a group of different insects. These small animals receive their common name by their form of displacement: by means of jumps. There are about 11,000 species of caeliferous species , but, depending on the region where they live, they can be named differently. Those caelifers of the […] More

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    Adaptations of turtles

    Turtles, which are often called chelonians, are animals that belong to the order of reptiles, as are snakes, crocodiles and lizards. As part of their classification, turtles are divided into two types: aquatic and terrestrial, and according to the investigations carried out, it is known that these animals exist on the earth since the Triassic […] More

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    Cow adaptations

    The cow is one of the most popular mammals that exist in the animal kingdom. It is herbivorous, that is, it feeds on herbs and plants, so it is a common landscape to observe cows in large fields feeding in this way. It is also recognized for being the female of the bull and an integral part of the so-called cattle. Meanwhile, […] More