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 »

Jaguars have several adaptations to ensure their survival, and one of the most noticeable is their spotted coats. Another adaptation is their ability to swim in areas of heavy rainfall. More »

Horses adapt to their environments by developing helpful physical characteristics, such as long, broad teeth for chewing flat leaves, long ears sensitive to detecting subtle sounds, and sturdy hooves and fast legs which ... More »

Koalas move most ably and readily in their preferred environment, up in the branches of eucalyptus trees where they use their strong limbs and hooked claws to navigate, but they can also walk on the ground and can even s... More »

Koalas exhibit adaptations such as sharp claws, roughly skinned feet and opposable thumbs. The koala also has thick fur to cushion his bottom to allow him to sit on branches for long periods of time. His thick fur also h... More »

The primary way algae adapts to its environment is by varying its pigment to help it absorb sunlight. Most algae can also reproduce both sexually and asexually, increasing their chances of survival. More »

An evil koala, more commonly known as a "drop bear," is a fictitious Australian marsupial. They are said to be large, vicious and carnivorous animals that drop down from trees to attack their prey from above. More »