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 01-08-2012 #1 Jonathan W Guest   Posts: n/a Science Help! I need help with my science homework. Here is two questions. 1.) What adaptation helps the hawk get it's food? 2.) What adaptation helps the snake get it's food?
 01-08-2012 #2 orishorjo     Join Date: May 2011 Posts: 1,633 what r the 2 question __________________ Do what you love, love what you do.
 01-08-2012 #3 Dragonballful23     Join Date: Dec 2011 Posts: 386 1)The hawk's eyesight and their beak. 2)The fangs in the snake's mouth. That's all I know. __________________ Finally finished all my tests!!! I am ekko main now ^_^ (ign: supersaiyan2363) It's not how much time you have, it's how you use it. -Ekko
01-08-2012   #4
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 Originally Posted by orishorjo what r the 2 question
These are the questions:

1.) What adaptation helps the hawk get it's food?

2.) What adaptation helps the snake get it's food?

01-08-2012   #5
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 Originally Posted by orishorjo what r the 2 question
Right below:These are the questions
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Finally finished all my tests!!!

I am ekko main now ^_^

(ign: supersaiyan2363)

It's not how much time you have, it's how you use it.
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01-08-2012   #6
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 Originally Posted by Dragonballful23 1)The hawk's eyesight and their beak. 2)The fangs in the snake's mouth. That's all I know.
Thank you. For number 1 I put The hawk's claws, talons, and beak. For number 2 I put the snake's fangs.

 01-08-2012 #7 Dragonballful23     Join Date: Dec 2011 Posts: 386 I think your right too. __________________ Finally finished all my tests!!! I am ekko main now ^_^ (ign: supersaiyan2363) It's not how much time you have, it's how you use it. -Ekko
 01-08-2012 #8 orishorjo     Join Date: May 2011 Posts: 1,633 1) Hawks are carnivores, meaning they are strictly meat eaters. They are opportunistic hunters and will eat anything that they happen to find. The majority of their diets consist of small rodents and lizards. Sometimes they eat insects, birds and even small pets. Hawks are superior hunters. They are called birds of prey, because of their excellent hunting skills. Hawks are quick, strong and have extremely good eyesight. According to the Missouri Department of Conservation, Hawks can see eight times better than a human can. 2) A snake's main adaptation to life is its very form. With no legs, arms, ears and other appendages, it can slither through grass or among rocks without causing disturbance that might frighten prey. It can enter narrow holes in the ground made by rodents, find those rodents and eat them. If you think that having no legs causes mobility problems for a snake, you've never seen how fast a snake can move in most environments. CHECK IF I AM RIGHT!!! __________________ Do what you love, love what you do.
 01-08-2012 #9 Dragonballful23     Join Date: Dec 2011 Posts: 386 It looks right to me. __________________ Finally finished all my tests!!! I am ekko main now ^_^ (ign: supersaiyan2363) It's not how much time you have, it's how you use it. -Ekko
 01-08-2012 #10 orishorjo     Join Date: May 2011 Posts: 1,633 Thanks __________________ Do what you love, love what you do.

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