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To apply for a job at a zoo where you’ll be responsible for feeding four types of birds, you must prove that you can correctly identify the type of food each bird eats based on the shape of its beak. Then learn how the shapes of birds’ beaks are just one example of biological adaptations that help organisms survive in their respective environments.
• Train for a job feeding different bird species at a zoo.
• Match differently shaped beaks of birds with the specific types of food each bird eats.
• See how adaptations help organisms eat and survive in their environments.
• Given different situations, choose the adaptation that would most likely help animals survive.
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