Fill out the table “Adaptation of animals to habitat”

  Adaptation of animals to habitat conditions Typical animals
1. Tundra Protective coloration, thick fur, migrating (deer), bird migration Reindeer, arctic fox, snowy owl, wolf, lemming, ptarmigan, goose, duck, swan
2. Forests Longline distribution, tree climbing, hibernation, molt, nests, burrows Elk, deer, wild boar, fox, bear, wolf, squirrel, chipmunk, wood grouse, hazel grouse, nutcracker, crossbill, sable, Siberian weasel, roe deer
3. Steppe Adaptation to lack of shelter (running fast, burrows, herds), food supplies for the winter Saiga, gopher, marmot, hamster, bustard, little bustard, steppe eagle, kestrel, lark
4. Deserts Adapting to water scarcity and high temperatures (water saving, summer hibernation, burrows) Jeyran, kulan, saiga, jerboa, lizards and snakes. Skates, plovers, avdotka
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