Author(s): Australian Geographic
Living things are fantastically adapted to their environments. In order to survive, plants and animals have developed features like the ability to camouflage and mimic, warm coats, and water conservation techniques. In this book, students explore the features and adaptations of living things in a range of environments, such as Australian deserts, rainforests and polar regions. Each book in the Australian Geographic Science series includes links to online experiments, and topical news pieces that integrate the cross-curriculum priorities.