On our trip to Weston Park yesterday, we learnt all about what adaptations are. We then carefully studied different animals to spot their adaptations and explain why they had them.
In the museum itself, we completed the adaptation trail to look at how arctic animals are suited to their habitat. It has black skin, blubber, fine white fluff and then longer, thicker colourless hairs. All of these features work together to help keep it warm. Its teeth and claws have adapted to help it catch its prey.