Team 7-3 Omaha Zoo
May 1, 2014
going on a hunt inside the zoo
3) slime coat
5) they can lay a million eggs at once
1) Clown fish live next to sea anemones. The anemones sting their predators.
2) Surprisingly, all clownfish are born male.
3) size of a small tea cup
4) rounded caudal fins than other anemonefish, making it a naturally slow, less effective swimmer.
5) Another adaptation developed by the Amphiprion ocellaris is its ability to detect the correct host species by olfactory stimuli.
- Habitat:Tropical coral reef
giant leaf frog
4) move in water
5)three champed heart
1) Giant leaf frogs produce a waxy secretion to keep the skin from drying.
2) sticky poms so they can climb
3)They produce a mild toxin
4) they walk and climb to get around.
5) The waxy tree frog makes a leaf nest in which to lay its eggs.
- Habitat: Sub-tropical lowlands and marshy dry forests
REPTILE ADAPTATIONS ( Native North America ) 1) scales
1) large fangs
5) pit vipers
home rang florida
4) hollow bones
5) eyesight is good
1) long legs
2) beak is short
3) mating dance
4) long wings
5) claws are shot
Scientific Name: Balearica regulorum
22 years, 40 in captivity Habitat Grasslands,of Natal, Namibia,
MAMMAL ADAPTATIONS ( endangered SPECIES )
4) ears Scientific name Ursumaritimus biome Northern hemisphere
1) Small and rounded ears
2) Long, stiff hair between pads of bear's feet:
3) Light color of bear's fur provides camouflage against the ice
4) thick layer of fat (blubber) under skin
5)Skin under fur is black