Examples of Morphological Adaptation?

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A morphological adaptation is a structural feature that helps in fitting a species to its particular environment. An example of a morphological adaptation that increases the chance of survival is the colouration of an animal. Buttressed bases, adventitious roots and aerenchymous tissue are other examples of these structural features.
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