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polar bears adapt to their enviroment Their white fur helps them blend in with the snow and ice. A polar bear has a layer of fat under its skin which helps it stay warm. It also has a thick layer of fur.
A snake's main adaptation to life is its very form. With no legs, arms, ears and other appendages, it can slither through grass or among rocks without causing disturbance that might frighten prey. It can enter narrow holes in the ground made by rodents, find those rodents and eat them.
Lizards survive in the desert because they have many adaptations as reptiles that help them to avoid the extreme heat during the day, the extreme cold during the night and keep moist despite the dry weather.
The strangler fig has come up with some clever adaptations to help it compete for sunlight, water and nutrients.
Venus flytrap has some very unique and useful adaptations, including digesting small animals, such as flies and spiders, to get nutrients they cannot absorb through the poor soils in their native habitats.
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