What can indicate the relative nature of the organism’s adaptation to environmental conditions?

1) a change in the color of the chameleon’s body (in a stressful situation, the animal can turn bright red or yellow and thereby give itself out to the enemy);
2) tortoise shell (a reliable means of protection of the animal turns out to be useless if the turtle falls into the paws of an eagle – it lifts the victim high into the sky, and then releases it so that the shell breaks when falling to the ground);
3) the ability of cacti to accumulate moisture in the stem (with the onset of prolonged downpours, the plant may die from an excess of moisture);
4) mimicry of the wasp fly (can be eaten by a young bird that has not yet developed a reflex).

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