Pandas have adapted to their environment thanks to their sixth toe that they can use to eat bamboo more efficiently, their large head with a strong jaw that can chew bamboo and the digestive system that pandas use in ord... More »

Tigers adapt to their environment by evolving camouflaged fur, stealthy hunting habits and very large size. Because they are only successful at about one out of 20 hunts, tigers consume very large prey to ensure they get... More »

Crocodiles adaptations include body armor that protects them from predators, strong jaw muscles that allow them to crush bones, a powerful immune system to fight off illness, behaviors that allow them to control body tem... More »

The giant panda uses its four strong, stocky limbs to move between the many sources of bamboo, which they need to maintain their weight and health. Pandas live in mountainous country and are adept at climbing and coverin... More »

A grizzly bear is adapted to its environment with its sharp claws, its build and its ability to hibernate. The grizzly uses its claws to as a striking force and to hunt for supper, which is made up of both plants and bur... More »

Pandas have adapted to their habitat by evolving a body shape, a digestive system and behavior patterns to accommodate a diet consisting almost exclusively of bamboo. Their fur has evolved to conform to the climate, land... More »

A koala adapts to its environment with opposable thumbs, a great sense of smell, a dense coat and a unique digestive system. A koala has two opposable thumbs on its front paws and one on each of its back paws so that it ... More »