Life here, life there

Why do we always find fish in the ocean, polar bears in the Arctic, and camels in the desert? What would happen if they switched? In this video, students learn about different habitats and how plants and animals have adapted to living in them. Whether it be the gills of a fish, the leaves of a cactus, or the skin of a polar bear, plants and animals have special traits that allow them to live in their own environments.

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Animals and Plants - 2nd grade