Animal Adaptations in the Taiga?


Animals have several different adaptations to live in the Taiga. The Lynx has wide paws so they can walk on the snow like snowshoes. Others change their color in the winter to blend in with the snow.
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Many animals that remain in the taiga throughout the year have developed physical adaptations that help them survive. Survival in the taiga winter means keeping warm, which most permanent
Hibernating is one. Some resident animals get ready for the winter by storing extra fat layers on their bodies to keep warm. Many resident animals need to change their diets for each
The weather in the Taiga is extreme: very cold in the winter and very hot in the summer . The animals who live there other than birds are the fox, weasel, and moose.
Most animals migrate to warmer climates once the cold weather begins. Some animals have adapted to life in the taiga by hibernating when temperatures drop. Other animals have adapted
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