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Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Fox hunting adaptation

Animals and plants must adapt to survive in cold environments. Long periods of freezing temperatures and precipitation falling as snow mean that both food and water are scarce. Animals can adapt in both physical and behavioural ways. One of the best surely must be the way that the fox below hunts mice:

To see further clips of animal adaptations to the yellowstone winter, see the BBC clips site for the episode here.

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