|1. The interaction
of organisms with their immediate environment or habitat that
provides a functional, beneficial, and self-sustaining co-existence.
||2. A classification
of warm-blooded, vertebrate animals that have hair or fur and
are usually live-bearers instead of laying eggs.
||3. A classification
of cold-blooded, vertebrate animals that usually have smooth
skin and spend the first stages of their life as aquatic animals
||4. The ability
of an animal to change its behavior and characteristics in order
to survive in its environment.
|5. An animal
that is hunted by another animal as a food source.
||6. A species
of animal that no longer exists.
||7. A classification
of vertebrate animals that are warm-blooded, feathered, and
||8. The natural
coloration and/or markings of an animal that allow it to visually
blend in with its surroundings, helping it to avoid detection
by predators or potential prey.