Have you ever wondered why some animals are brightly colored while others blend into their surroundings? Why do frogs hibernate, and why do blowfish puff up? These are all adaptations that animals have made based on their environment and needs. Learn examples of animal adaptations in various habitats, and what purpose each adaptation serves.
Foreshadowing is giving a hint that something is going to happen. This is done by showing certain events, people or information that are an indication of something that will occur later on in a story. Foreshadowing can add tension or expectation to the narrative. Review a selection of foreshadowing examples to get a better understanding of this often-used literary device.