My present day animal is the Jaguar. The first adaptation is camouflage. They have spots to blend into nature. Their next adaptation is their locomotive structure. This structure is how it moves. The jaguar’s locomotive structure is it jumps, runs, and sometimes swims. A Jaguar’s fouragen structure or how it eats is they have a really strong and giant mouth to break prey's shells or bones. Their defense strategy is their speed to run away from predators.
My future animal's name is the Jagasore. It’s future locomotive structure is to have stronger legs to run faster and a longer tail to balance on trees and hang from trees. My animal’s camouflage would change because it would be reddish brown to blend into dry brush. For my animal to be able to sneak up on its prey it will need to have less spots so it can be more hidden.
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