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Why do animals move in different ways?

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Asked by narendra sharma, 29 Apr '13 11:06 am
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Animals have different body structure's, so they move differently. They have different structures because of MANY years of evolution. Animals living in different areas with different landscapes had to get around differently, so they adapted. And they also had to get food from hard-to-reach places, so they adapted. Like a giraffe have a long neck for tree leaves and a wolf having long legs to chase and catch prey. Monkeys have those flexible limbs for climbing and tails for balance while dwelling in the high trees.
The simple answer is: different body structures.
But the have different body structure because they had to adapt.
Answered by Quest, 01 May '13 10:20 am

 
  
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Animals have different body structure's, so they move differently. They have different structures because of MANY years of evolution. Animals living in different areas with different landscapes had to get around differently, so they adapted. And they also had to get food from hard-to-reach places, so they adapted. Like a giraffe have a long neck for tree leaves and a wolf having long legs to chase and catch prey. Monkeys have those flexible limbs for climbing and tails for balance while dwelling in the high trees.
The simple answer is: different body structures.
But the have different body structure because they had to adapt.
Answered by manoharkhanna, 04 May '13 11:50 am

 
  
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Animals have different body structure's, so they move differently. They have different structures because of MANY years of evolution. Animals living in different areas with different landscapes had to get around differently, so they adapted. And they also had to get food from hard-to-reach places, so they adapted. Like a giraffe have a long neck for tree leaves and a wolf having long legs to chase and catch prey. Monkeys have those flexible limbs for climbing and tails for balance while dwelling in the high trees.
The simple answer is: different body structures.
But the have different body structure because they had to adapt.
Answered by rajan, 30 Apr '13 06:44 am

 
  
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Animals have different body structure's, so they move differently. They have different structures because of MANY years of evolution. Animals living in different areas with different landscapes had to get around differently, so they adapted. And they also had to get food from hard-to-reach places, so they adapted. Like a giraffe have a long neck for tree leaves and a wolf having long legs to chase and catch prey. Monkeys have those flexible limbs for climbing and tails for balance while dwelling in the high trees.
The simple answer is: different body structures.
But the have different body structure because they had to adapt.
Answered by iqbal seth, 24 Jul '13 12:58 pm

 
  
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Animals have different body structure's, so they move differently. They have different structures because of MANY years of evolution. Animals living in different areas with different landscapes had to get around differently, so they adapted. And they also had to get food from hard-to-reach places, so they adapted. Like a giraffe have a long neck for tree leaves and a wolf having long legs to chase and catch prey. Monkeys have those flexible limbs for climbing and tails for balance while dwelling in the high trees.
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Answered by anil garg, 05 May '13 05:32 pm

 
  
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Animals move much like humans do. They move their legs forward and their body comes along with their legs. Animals are often much faster movers than we are, and can get farther, faster
Answered by aflatoon, 29 Apr '13 11:26 am

 
  
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