HOW ANIMALS ADAPT TO LIVING IN THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
This small and fast-moving rodent is characterized by a fast metabolism. In winter, when food is hard to come by, falls asleep, and then his heart beats slower, blood stops circulating so quickly, and the breath calms down. The body uses fat stores, which were accumulated before falling into a long sleep.
The large ears of this dog predator allow it to hear the slightest noise at night to indicate the presence of a potential victim, and they are small invertebrates and insects. Moreover, the large surface area of the ears facilitates cooling of the body. It is of great importance in sun-baked deserts, which are fenka's environment.
The small size of the body and great mobility cause, that the shrew is metabolizing rapidly. Therefore, she must eat almost constantly, to stay alive.
Although the whale belongs to the mammalian group and must breathe like us, it is perfectly adapted to life in the oceans. During the ascent, one whale's breath lasts up to twenty minutes. Thanks to this, it can stay under water for quite a long time afterwards, looking for food. However, having so specialized organs, the whale is forever doomed to live in one environment.
Pig – ALMOST LIKE A HUMAN
Except monkeys, The Pig also has a human-like physiology. Just as man can eat both animal and vegetable food, and many organs of a pig function similarly to that of humans. However, it has more fat and thicker skin. Formerly, cannibals from the Pacific islands used to talk about food - "long pigs", which concerned the similarity between human and pig meat.
The vital functions of a pig are similar to those of the human body.