Adaptation to Aquatic Habitats
All organisms need to adapt to their habitats to be able to survive. This video explores some examples, such as how the leaves of aquatic plants float on the water surface and are large and flat with a waxy upper surface, making them waterproof. Other examples include the leaves of submerged plants being long and narrow and withstand water currents, and how some aquatic animals have streamlined bodies, to reduce the resistance from water, and have scales that make their bodies waterproof.
Production Year: 2015
Duration: 4 min
Printable Resources: Yes
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