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EvolutionTheory: Adaptations of the Human Hand

EvolutionTheory: Adaptations of the Human Hand
EvolutionTheory: Adaptations of the Human Hand
EvolutionTheory: Adaptations of the Human Hand
EvolutionTheory: Adaptations of the Human Hand
EvolutionTheory: Adaptations of the Human Hand
EvolutionTheory: Adaptations of the Human Hand
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INTRODUCTION: Living things have bodies that are adapted for the places they live and the things they do. Fish have gills so that they can remove oxygen that is dissolved in water. Most plants have green leaves which contain chlorophyll so that they can make food. Jellyfish have stinging cells to capture prey. Birds have hollow spongy bones so that they will be light enough to fly. Arctic animals have layers of fat and thick coats of fur to keep warm in the frigid Arctic climate. There are hundreds of examples of ways that organisms are adapted for a successful lifestyle.
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3 pages
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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