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a species that adapts will become likely to a) become extinct b) mutate c) survive d) live a shorter live
A species that adapts will become likely to survive.
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which structural adaptation would help a plant survive better in a shady environment? A) thorns B) small leaves C) large leaves D) brightly colored flowers
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Which of these is a behavior adaptation in birds? A) sharp beaks B) light bones C) wings D) migration
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Migration is a behavior adaptation in birds.
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what do bears do to survive the winter? A) hibernate B) migrate C) eat less food D) sharpen their claws
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what do bears do to survive the winter? A) hibernate B) migrate C) eat less food D) sharpen their claws
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Bears hibernate to survive the winter.
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how do plants in the desert behave to attract pollinators? A) they bloom during the day B) they bloom at night C) they bloom day and night D) they don't bloom
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They bloom at night is how plants in the desert behave to attract pollinators.
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