Adaptation Storyboard
Updated: 3/31/2020
Adaptation Storyboard
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  • An octopus has an enormous brain, complete with a central nervous system which allows it to outwit its predators
  • An octopus has suckers on each arm which are used as a sense of touch
  • An octopus has 8 arms used to propel themselves forward to grab prey and other objects
  • Ink sacs allow an octopus to spray a predator if they get to close
  • Camouflage allows octopuses to hide from predators
  • Thick blubber allows them to survive the frigid temperatures
  • Penguins huddle together for warmth
  • Stay in colonies for warmth and protection
  • The parents take turns keeping the egg warm and hunting for food and incubation (they always know which mate/egg is theirs when they come back)
  • Relatively high body temperature to keep warm
  • Tongue is long and full of saliva to attract the bugs and fit through the hole
  • Tail feathers are used for balance when climbing
  • The eyes of a woodpecker are protected by a special membrane which enable them to not pop out when the woodpecker is drilling away
  • Woodpeckers have a thick, spongy skull which takes the impact of repeated drilling without damage to the brain
  • A strong sturdy beak allows a woodpecker to drill into wood
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