To adjust to new conditions or surroundings, sometimes over time or several generations.
Living or spending time in the air.
Any root exposed to the air.
An unprovoked attack made by ananimal/The tendency for an animal to attack.
A communication made by animals to alert others to the presence of apredatoror a potential predator. May be visual, vocal,olfactory, etc.
Ananimalorplantthat has less pigment than normal. Analbinoanimal usually has skin that appears white or transparent; white or nearly colorless hair, feathers, orscales; and pink or blue eyes with a deep-red pupil. An albino plant has less of the chemicals that give plants their normal colors.
Organisms that occur in most habitats, frommarineand freshwater todesertsands, and from hot springs to snow. They vary from small, single-celled forms to complex multicellular forms, such as the giant kelps.Algaeare important as primary producers oforganicmatter at the base of thefood chain. They also provide oxygen for otheraquaticlife.
The strongest male or female of aspeciesin a small geographic area.
Helpless atbirth, requiring complete parental care. This term is used to describe somebirdspecies, such as parrots, that need time to grow their feathers and gain strength in their wings to fly.
A method of attack. The attacker hides from itspreyuntil the prey gets close enough to attack, surprising the prey. Tigers, pythons, and rattlesnakes are examples ofambushhunters.
Acold-bloodedanimalthat lives both on land and in water and is able to breathe through its skin as well as, or instead of, through its lungs. Frogs and salamanders are amphibians.
The structure of anorganismor of its parts.
不是一个的任何生物plant. Most animals can move about freely. All use plants or other animals as food. All have sensory organs.
Everyanimal(from butterflies to basset hounds to black bears to you) belongs to this scientific grouping.
A long, thin feeler on the head of aninsect,spider, orcrustacean. Antennae (two or more antenna) are used as sensing organs, usually for touch.
To refer toanimalbehaviorin terms of human behavior.
An antitoxic serum used in the treatment of snakebites.
Growths on the head of a deer that shed every year and are made of bone-like material.
Able to live in water, as a fish or turtle.
Able to live in trees, like a parrot or iguana.
The introduction of sperm into the female reproductive tract by other than natural means.
Scientific order of even-toed ungulates, such as antelope and goats.
Referring to birds.