B2 - Anatomical Adaptations to the Heat

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Keeping cool in hot conditions is vital to an organism's survival.

An anatomical adaptation is something within an organism's anatomy that helps them to survive in the climate they call home.

In hot environments, the anatomical adaptations include;

  • being small
  • large surface area to volume ratio
  • large ears
  • thin ears
  • having a fat store

These things are important…


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