adaptations
Updated: 3/31/2020
adaptations
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  • Use their tentacles to entrap, poison and then pull the prey to their mouths for consumption.
  • Are not affected by climate change making the oceans more acidic, in fact jellies thrive in warmer, acidic water.
  • They can reproduce sexually and asexually at different stages of their life.
  • Has as many as 60 tentacles reaching up to 3 meters long covered in special stinging cells.
  • Has venemous tentacles with venom that can kill its prey in 3 minutes.
  • Sea Wasp Jellyfish
  • Tan color helps them camoflage with the grass so they can sneak up on their prey.
  • Rough tongue helps them peel the skin of their prey away from the flesh.
  • African Lion
  • They make different sounds depending on the situation and their intentions.
  • Sharp teeth help them snare and keep hold of prey during the kill.
  • Males with larger manes will attract more females and will have more cubs.
  • Average body temperature of 100 degrees fahrenheit so they can stay acttive in the low temperatures.
  • Thick layer of blubber to help them stay warm.
  • EmperorPenguin
  • They coat their feathers in oil from a gland near their tail to create a waterproof layer.
  • Webbed feet are part of why they are such powerful swimmers.
  • They huddle together in groups to stay warm.
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