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What is the mechanism of adaptive evolution?

Natural selection drives adaptive evolution by selecting for and increasing the occurrence of beneficial traits in a population.

What are the two different types of adaptations?

There are two main types of adaptation: physical and behavioral. Physical adaptations are special body parts that help a plant or animal survive in an environment.

What is the adaptations of a camel?

Camels are well adapted for survival in the desert. Their adaptations include: large, flat feet – to spread their weight on the sand. thick fur on the top of the body for shade, and thin fur elsewhere to allow easy heat loss.

What are the special features of camel?

There are two types of camels: One humped or “dromedary” camels and two humped Bactrian camels. Camels have three sets of eyelids and two rows of eyelashes to keep sand out of their eyes. Camels have thick lips which let them forage for thorny plants other animals can’t eat.

What is habitat of camel?

Habitat and adaptation Camels live in deserts, where it is hot and dry. Camels have adapted and found ways to help them survive in deserts. They have a thick coat of hair that protects them from the heat in the day, and keeps them warm at night. Their large feet spreads their weight on the sand when they are walking.

Why do camels have thick wool on their back?

Habitat and adaptation They have a thick coat of hair that protects them from the heat in the day, and keeps them warm at night. Their large feet spreads their weight on the sand when they are walking. When there is food and water, a camel can eat and drink large amounts of it and store it as fat in the hump.

How do camels keep hydrated?

Camels don’t store water in their humps–instead, their humps store fat. So, then, how do camels stay hydrated? Look into the nose of the camel’s skull and you’ll see one feature that helps them conserve water. So when it’s hot, they don’t have to waste water by sweating.