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Wildlife in winter - Adaptations for Survival
If an animal or plant is to survive it must be able to fit in the environmental conditions which
occur in its habitat. This is called adaptation. Every living thing is adapted to cope with a
particular habitat's environmental factors such as the…

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is very cold. Also its legs, ears and tail are shorter. These adaptations help to conserve heat.

Basically, a football-shaped animal would be warmest of all.

The Arctic fox, although, does differ in shape from our red fox in Britaine. E.g. It has a rounder,
plumper body, shorter legs and…

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