Team 7-3 Omaha zoo trip
May 1, 2014
The Omaha zoo's entrance into the wild sign.
Kelsey's Omaha zoo pretty pictures presentation.
its home range is fresh/ salt water/ in the oceans. it uses its prehensile tail to anchor to the rock/ grass
FISH ADAPTATIONS SPECIES ADAPTATIONS
1. Gills 1. Fused jaws
2. Angled jaw 2. Prehensile tail
3. Swim bladders 3. Males have the baby's
4. Camouflage 4. Thick & how high the coronet is
5. Fins 5. Special eye sight for life style
In the photo the frog uses its webbed feet to hold onto the branch its on
AMPHIBIAN ADAPTATIONS SPECIES ADAPTATIONS
1. Long power full legs 1. Cold blooded
2. Long tongue 2. Adapt to a life in water
3. Camouflage 3. lay eggs
4. Special feet 4. webbed feet
5. Behavioral adaptations 5. Special eyes for night time sight
in this photo the tortoise uses it camouflage
REPTILE ADAPTATIONS SPECIES ADAPTATIONS
1. Can enclose entirely in shell 1. Camouflage
2. Great sense of smell 2. Some lay eggs
3. Adapt to tolerate heat of its environment. 3. Some shed skin
4. Has a shell 4. Endure extreme heat or cold
5. Special shape for protection 5. Grow to enormous sizes
in this photo the scarlet macaw uses its beak to feed, and its talons/ claws to grip the branch.
BIRD ADAPTATIONS SPECIES ADAPTATIONS
1. Long wings 1. Social
2. Beak 2. Humid tropics
3. Feathers 3. Wings
4. Bright colors-ward off predators 4. Feathers-to protect
5. Feet-suit ways of living 5. Eyes-suit ways of living
in this photo the cotton topped Tamarin uses its tail and hands to stay on the branch.
MAMMAL ADAPTATIONS SPECIES ADAPTATIONS
1. Can live anywhere 1. Ability to feed on anything
2. Have an extra layer of fat and fur for winter 2. Long tails
3. Body hair/fur 3. Small hands
4. Special teeth-for life style 4. Camouflage
5. Highly developed brain/nervous system 5. They adapt to the weather
it is endangered and mostly native to north america.