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Why do coyotes live in more places now than they did long ago?
They spread out to follow food sources.
Wildlife experts introduced them to new habitats.
They spread out to find open spaces.
They needed to seek new land after a drought.
How does the arctic fox adapt to the Arctic winter?
It hibernates during the coldest months
Its fur turns white to match the snow
It grows extra padding beneath its fur to keep dry
It has long teeth for finding insects in frozen soil
How did finches from South America adapt to the Galapagos?
They grew stronger wings so they could fly farther
Their nests did not have to be built in trees anymore
Their beak changed so they could get different types of food
Lay several eggs at a time so there would be more finches
Wild turkeys have moved into some suburbs because
There are more bears in the woods that feed on turkeys
They like the food people leave in bird feeders
They can no longer use their wings to fly away from danger
There is a lot of garbage in cans and dumpsters
Why doesn't the loggerhead turtle migrate south anymore?
Global warming has made these areas too warm
There are new predators in these places, such as alligators
Freshwater ponds and lakes are drying up
Their tales are disappearing, making it harder to swim
Scientists think that adapting to changes in the environment helps animals to
Both javelinas and black bears have moved into neighborhoods to
Eat human food
Hide from enemies
Find warmer homes
Make better shelters
Which word from the article means about the same thing as the word adjust?
The word crucial means