Monday, 14 March 2016

My Critter

My critter is called Flonty. which lives underground. It move up the concentration gradient of the chemical Name . Name the orientation in my animal and describe the adaptive value of the Flonty


  1. That drawing though! :)

    Environmental Cue: chemicals
    Orientation: positive chemotaxis
    Adaptive Advantage: This response might be adaptive to get food for it to be able to survive.

    1. We get it Rita! scholar much and also.... Im shocked you didn't start off with DEAR DIARY!

  2. Hi Rachael,

    I like your Flonty and it's tail - the tail must be one of the adaptations the Flonty has, to help it move up the chemical gradient. I agree with Rita's adaptive advantage of finding food so it can survive - organisms that can find and access a lot of nutrients will be healthy!

  3. Flonty's a cool name, Rachael. :) What's a concentration gradient? (I like learning too).