Any behavior that helps an organism or a species to survive can be considered as a behavioral adaptation. Animal migration is an example of behavioral adaptation; moving in a large group helps protect the members of the ... More »

The behavioral adaptions found in horses include the ability to sleep standing up, the socialization tendencies in herds, the development of long memories and the instinct to flee as part of the fight-or-flight response.... More »

Behavioral adaptation is the process by which an organism or a species changes its pattern of action to better suit its environment. It is contrasted with structural adaptation, which is the appearance of physical featur... More »

The most important behavioral adaptation of zebras is concerning their herd behavior. Zebras are social animals that tend to stay together in large groups, such as a herd of almost 1,000 animals, as a way to protect them... More »

A common adaptation of swamp animals is webbed feet, which they need to traverse the water effectively in order to survive. Camouflage is another adaptation that is important to the survival of animals in swamp environme... More »

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 ... More »

One example of adaptation exhibited by oysters is their hard shell, which protects the mollusks from predators. Additionally, as inhabitants of the harsh intertidal zone, where the temperature and water levels fluctuate,... More »