This monkey is an example of a k-strategist. A k-strategist has a limited number of offspring, but takes extensive care of its offspring to ensure its survival. The monkey is taking care of its baby which is on its back.


This bush (which is supposed to be white) contains phloem. Phloem is vascular tissues arranged into tubes that transport sugars and organic materials throughout the plant.


The jellyfish has radial symmetry in that it can be cut into symmetrical halves any way through its center point. Kinda like slicing a pizza into pieces.


This is a bad picture of a clownfish. Clownfish are r-strategists in that they produce a lot of offspring, yet few survive. The more babies, the more that live.


The boa constrictor in this picture has a vestigial structure: an ancient remant of a pelvic bone. Since the snake slithers on its belly, the pelvic bone is useless; therefore, its a vestigial structure.


This plant has xylem which is vascular tissue of tubular dead cells that conduct water and minerals from the roots to the rest of the plant.