>Animals have adapted by consuming energy from a specific plant or animal that another type of animal species cannot consume. Animals also make adaptations by using camouflage and poison.
>Plants have adapted by growing their leaves downward in order to divert large amounts of water to the ground. Plants adjust to this condition by developing bigger leaves and longer stems.
>Insects have also adapted. For example, many beetles possess a hard substance, which acts as body armor for their protection. Glasswing butterflies have transparent wings, which allows them to look invisible. Some ants have developed oversized jaws, which are designed to fight against predators.