10 Amazing Ways Animals Have Adapted

Chemical Heating

Some cold-blooded animals actually do need some form of heat in order to maintain their survival. These animals, including preying mantis, are capable of using short bursts of chemical energy in order to heat their entire bodies.


Bacteria and spores have come to use encystment, which is when they enter a state of being completely suspended from the world, in order to survive in hostile conditions for lengthy periods of time. They can actually remain this way for hundreds of millions of years.