Morphological adaptations – features of body color and structure that increase the survival of organisms in a given environment. Morphological adaptations are very diverse. Protective coloring – coloring of the body of organisms, allowing them to merge with the background of the environment and become less noticeable to enemies. Patronizing coloring is monophonic or dissecting. Cautionary coloring – a bright, clearly visible body coloration in inedible or with protective organisms. A predator trying to eat such a prey is repulsed and does not touch individuals with such a coloration in the future. Mimicry – imitation of unprotected and edible species to representatives of species that have protective equipment or are inedible. In this case, both animals and plants can be imitated.
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