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Crocodile's skin protects them from water loss. They have bony scales called scutes.
Lion's mane protects them from injuries around the neck. It helps them especially during fights.
Tiger's stripes help them to hide in the reeds and bushes to catch its prey. it is a camouflage for them.
Each tiger has different pattern of stripes.
Elephants have thick skin to hold together their mass.
In some places elephant's skin can be as thin as paper.
Turtle's shell protects them from predators such as raccoons. They can hide in the shells
Their shells are made of bone scutes that are hard to bite
Snake's scales protect their body from injuries and it allows moisture to be retained
Their skin also helps them in movement.
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