fur color that closely matches the eucalyptus bark color
Their fur acts as a camouflage when looked at from the ground, as it matches the color of the bark of a tree
''lazerbeam accent'' there are predetors and they need to blend in.
Koala developed strong claws in hand and feet, opposable digits and their fur color that matches with the eucalyptus.
Koala has evolved from their land dwelling ancestors that were dominant at their time but due to evolution they have adapted several characters and become tree dwellers.
Koala has strong hands and feet claws with opposable digits that help in climbing on the eucalyptus tree. The second major adaption is their fur color that matches with the eucalyptus bark.
Thus, the correct answer strong claws in hand and feet, opposable digits and their fur color that matches with the eucalyptus.
longer limbs and padded toes
the ability to have several offspring at one time fur color that closely matches the eucalyptus bark color longer hind legs that allow for faster running better ability to communicate with their peers.
The correct answer is (B) fur color that closely matches.
Koalas and marsupials are now mostly found on the eucalyptus trees in most of the region of Australia. Earlier their ancestors used to live on the ground but because of the adaptation they spend most of the time on trees. For this reason their hands and feet have strong claws and opposite digits but just because they spend most of time on trees another adaptation took place. That adaptation is fur color that closely matches the eucalyptus bark color. This helped them to hide easily and protect themselves from prey.
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foliation forms in a rock when pressure squeezes the rock together. the rock then has a design of many different color little lines. there are three types of foliated rock. the types are slate, schist, and gneiss. each type of foliated rock is different based on grain size and foliation characteristics. the lines appear when the rock has been under pressure.
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try using substitution:
x + y - 6 = x - y. (i'm not giving you the exact answer). since 0 = x - y, then sub 0 in the equation with x - y. combine your like terms, and then use inverse operations, and you'll have your answer.