ARTICLES

Adaptations of buffalo include a specially segmented stomach to help digest tough plant material, an elongated tongue, a heightened sense of hearing and smell, a hump and large low-set head and a thick coat. Buffalo also...

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Komodo dragons have several key adaptations, including long and sharp claws, sharp teeth and strong jaws, powerful venom and the ability to run at high speeds. Komodo dragons can grow to be quite large, but despite their...

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Grasslands are habitats for grazing animals like buffalo, elk and whitetail deer in North America and zebra and antelope in Africa, where herds support predators like lions and cheetahs. Other large mammals living in the...

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Fungi get their nutrients from living, dead or decaying organic plant or animal material. Fungi grow on organic substrates that are able to provide them with adequate nutrition.

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Some biomass is formed when animals eat plants and, through the digestion and excretion process, turn it into biomass, and the rest is formed when microorganisms eat plant material, or the plants are consumed by fire. Ei...

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An adaptation is defined by National Geographic as a genetic change in the structure or habits of an organism to allow it to survive, protect itself and reproduce in its environment. Physical adaptations, such as plants ...

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Adaptations of plants living in estuaries include the ability to survive in water of varying salinity levels, cells that store oxygen for use underwater, and the ability to reproduce by releasing new plants ready to germ...

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