How Do Penguins Adapt to Their Environment?

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Penguins adapt to their environment by having webbed feet. This allows them to swim. Their bodies are also streamlined and coated with certain substances that reduce drag.
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Antelopes have long legs to run from predators and during the summer time they graze the land and go in shade.
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Evolution doesn't know. It literally tries every single thing at random. Pitcher planets with spots and beaks? Sure, why not. Giant. predators with hooves? Neat! Plant-eating. T.
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this may not be the right answer you might be looking for but i believe they adapt by building their cities and towns near water sources like oasis, or rivers, or lakes.
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by eating and farting like you dad
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Penguin
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Sphenisciformes Family: Spheniscidae
We all have an image of penguins gliding on ice at the South Pole -- images that come from childhood. But contrary to popular belief penguins live beyond Antarctica, and can be found in New Zealand, southern Africa, and South America. While some... More »
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