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1. How do changing weather and seasonal patterns affect plants, animals, and their surroundings?
1. When seasons change, plants, animals, and people respond by adapting.
2. What does adaptation mean?
2. Adaptation means to make changes in response to one's environment.
3. What does it mean when an animal migrates?
3. To migrate means to move to another place due to changes in temperature.
4. What is it called when an animal is inactive during the summer?
4 Being inactive in the summer is called estivation.
5. What is it called when an animal is inactive in the winter?
5. Being inactive in the winter is hibernation
6. When a plant is in rest but does not die, what is that called?
6. A plant resting in winter, like a tree, is in a state of dormancy.
7. When an animal changes its color to blend in with its environment to protect itself, what is that called?
7. An animal changing its color is called camouflage.
8. A frog burying itself in mud in the summer because of a drought is an example of what?
8. That is an example of estivation. The frog would dry out if it was too hot.
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Life cycles of Living Things
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