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Many animals live in burrows or underground. Gophers and moles live in tunnels underground and foxes and rabbits live in burrows.
Crabs will hide under rocks after they have molted while their new shell is soft. During this time they are very vulnerable to predators. The time it takes for their shell… to harden varies by species but for some it is a few days.
Whelks, small fish, shrimp etc
Rock Lobster and Patrick Star (from spongebob squarepants)
well, according to the laws of physics and quantum mechanics they theoretically can. the formula used to find the answer is simple. its 2 times the squareroot of 4 minus 4 and… if you do this problem correctly the answer should be yes.
Well there are many different types of species that live under a rock. Those species are ants, earthworms, beetles, spiders, lizards, and rats. If you need more help you could… look those species up in a book of animals.:)
Numerous animals can be found living under rocks. The list includes but is not limited to snakes, lizards, groundhog...
They live under rocks so they can protect from predators and so they can get shade went it is a hot weather
No. Until tadpoles become frogs, they remain in water.
Non there is no under layer
Excellent question... Here are a 3: *Moles *Prairie dogs *Numerous snakes (I have a fear of them.) Many animals also burrow underground. Here are 3: *Snakes (I fear …them so.) *Skunks *Rabbits
The rabbit has always lived under the treetrunk. It is a good place to live - a refuge against predators, and it is warm and safe, and good to have baby bunnies. Some animals… live in trees - like squirrels or birds, but besides the rabbit, I don't think many animals live under the treetrunk.
cause they live under a stone
Earthworms live under rocks near ponds.