The anemone fish and the anemone protect each other from each other predators, forming a symbiotic relationship. The fish eats the invertebrates on the plant, and in return, the plant stings any predators threatening the fish.
An amphibian with a warning colouration:
The Golden Poison Frog uses a warning colour to scare off any potential predators. This frog is the most poisonous frog known to man.
An animal demonstrating camouflage:
The Oriental Fire-Belly Toad has colours on its back to help itself camouflage in it’s habitats. Depending on the location, the colours will differ.
Biotic and abiotic factors interacting in a habitat: The fish living in this tank use the siding rock as a habitat.
An endangered or threatened species:
The False Tomato Frog’s habitat resides in the forests of Madagascar, which are decreasing in size due to invasive plant species’.
An example of a physiological adaption of an animal: The Red-Footed Tortoise’s lack of webbed feet indicates that it has adapted to living on land in addition to swimming.