Structural Adaptations

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Tiger’s stripes help to camouflage them in the tall grass.
Tiger Information

Lappet-faced Vultures
Lappet-faced Vultures have rough tongues which can pull the flesh off of dead animals.

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Squirrel monkeys have shorter thighs than lower legs so they can leap easier.

Geckos have special scales on their feet to help them climb smooth surfaces.

Zebras Zebra.jpg
Zebra’s stripes camouflage them in the tall grass when the sun starts to go down.

Giraffes have long necks to help them feed off of leaves in tall trees.
Giraffee Information

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Pythons have a loosely hinged jaw which allows them to open their mouth wide and eat animals larger than their heads.

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King Penguins have wings that help them speed through the water.

Chihuahuas have very thin legs that can be easily broken.