We have been learning about habitats and adaptations in science. A habitat is the place and conditions where a plant or animal lives. Adaptations are the things that a plant or animal has or does to help it survive in its habitat.
We learned that camels have long eyelashes to keep blowing sand out of their eyes in the desert habitat. They can also close their nostrils so no sand gets in their nose. Those are just two of their cool adaptations. Do you know any others?
We also learned that polar bears have two layers of fur to stay warm and dry in the arctic habitat. They also have rough, bumpy pads on their paws so they don’t slip on the ice. They have a lot more amazing adaptations.