OpenStudy (anonymous):

Fan + Medal

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which adaptation is not an example of a structural adaptation?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

needles on a porcupine thick bark needles on a cactus a bear hibernating

2 years ago
OpenStudy (.th3_m0nst3r.):

Think... structural. Are needles on a porcupine part of its structure?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Yes

2 years ago
OpenStudy (.th3_m0nst3r.):

Or rather, let's define structure. An object's structure is it's design. Therefore, the needles on a porcupine would be part of its design, or structure. As would the needles on a cactus. Which one makes the most sense to you, now?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

A

2 years ago
OpenStudy (.th3_m0nst3r.):

Well, the question asks which one is \(\bf\color{red}{NOT}\) an example of structural adaption. Which one of those options don't deal with the design or structure of the object?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

A bear hibernating

2 years ago
OpenStudy (.th3_m0nst3r.):

Yes, that is \(\bf\color{lime}{correct!}\) Great work! ^_^

2 years ago
OpenStudy (deepika.comet):

Impressive job..!!! @.TH3_M0NST3R. I appreciate your work..

2 years ago
OpenStudy (.th3_m0nst3r.):

Thank you! @deepika.comet

2 years ago
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