Different thin colors of people living in different parts of the world can be an adaptation?
yes skin color is an adaptation
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Depending upon what authority you believe, humans are capable of distinguishing somewhere between a hundred thousand and ten million distinct colors.
Infinite amounts of shades of 7 basic pigments
Because there is different weather in different parts of the world.
For example the USA gets tornados regularly more than any other country. And Australia goes thru droughts (lack of rain), And the top half gets hurricanes. India has monsoons. And Egypt, Iraq have sandstorms. Japan and that area get heaps of typhoons (hurrincanes) when in season. .
\nthey can adapt but there are still some negative things to consider like there body type and surroundings
humans and chimps have opposable thumbs
How are the people who live in the Northeast different from those who live in other parts of Southwest Asia?
People who live in Southwest Asia are mainly Arabic, and the nations in the Northeast range from very poorly developed to developed.
The earth has a tilt of about 30 degrees on its axis, so some parts of the earth are closer to the sun during day, and others are more distant, causing differences.. Each hemisphere (half of the earth) has its own season times- The north one, for example, has winter in the middle of the year (usual…ly october- march) while at the same time the southern hemisphere is at summer time. . if you want more details you can google your question..
The continents were once one one piece of land called the pangaea it was known as the super continent but they all seperated
by using their different body structures
There are five main reasons for this.They are : DISTANCE FROM THE EQUATOR HEIGHT ABOVE THE SEA LEVEL DISTANCE FROM THE SEA DIRECTION OF THE WINDS HUMIDITY AND RAINFALL
Because the countries near the equator has warmer climate and the countries far from the equator has cooler climate
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People who live on islands tend to develop very different customs from those who live in other parts of the world because?
They develop different customs because they tend to be more isolated from outside cultures.
Of course as long as its a safe environment. The 'don't talk to strangers' rule still applies in some cases. It's just a guess but are you talking about the internet? This can be fun as long as you keep it casual, nothing too personal. Certainly not any identifing information.
Yes, each region has their own specialty and preference. For example, New Yorkers prefer thin crust pizza and those in Chicago eat deep dish pizza. Neapolitan pizza is a specialty in Italy.
Behavioral adaptations are learned through experience. Physical adaptations are the result of the animals' interactions with the environment. One interesting example of 'physical adaptation' is the feral horses of North America that escaped from European explorers in the early 1500s. Some of those… horses 'migrated' to higher ground in colder regions. They developed shorter forelegs than hind legs, heavier bodies, and thicker coats. The horses that 'migrated' to desert regions are leaner, with sparser hair. The horses that moved to the plains regions have developed longer legs for covering more ground, more quickly.
The point on the earth's surface at which the sun is directly overhead is continuously moving west at a rate of one degree of longitude every four minutes, thereby taking 24 hours to make the full 360Â° trek each day. Traditionally, 12:00, or noon, was by definition the middle of the average day i…n every community around the world, so the clocks of each city showed a slightly different time. In order to make things much simpler, especially in the industries of transportation, commerce and communication, entire zones of about 15Â° of longitude (1/24 of the way around the earth) would all set their clocks to the same time, which ideally is within a half hour of true local time and which is normally offset from the time at the zero meridian (UTC), which goes through Greenwich, England, by an exact multiple of an hour. If the system were perfect, we would have no more than 25 time zones around the world (counting the 12-hour offset on each side of the international date line), but with several time zones whose UTC offset is an odd multiple of a half hour, and at least two time zones whose offset is an odd multiple of a quarter-hour, there are about 40 different time zones in the world today.
Advent is a Christian celebration that leads up to Christmas. People all around the world and Christians and celebrate Christmas and Advent. It does not matter where the come from it matter about what religion they are and people all around the world can be whatever religion they want to be.
People in other countries have their own history, different cultures, traditions, different ways of living, and that briefly explains why there are so many languages in the world.
because they grow different foods in different parts of the world, different parts of the world have different incomes and can only afford too buy and grow certain types of food. They also have different cultural recipes
It's not so much that they need to adapt, it's more so that they already have adapted. Over years, people have just adjusted to the climate. Same as people in the tropics have adapted to heat. So people who live in Alaska would be used to cold climate. Not necessarily that they have to, because the…y already have.
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It is very possible that his writing would be different if he was living in Asia.
An example is Leallynosaura, which had excellent night vision for seeing during the dark Antarctic winter. Timimus was a dinosaur species that hibernated through the Antarctic winter to survive. In the desert of Mongolia, some ankylosaurs had glands for excreting salt, which helped to preserve preci…ous water.