1.CAMOUFLAGE-One of the most common structural adaptations seen in animals is camouflage, which helps them blend into their surroundings.

2.MIMICRY-Another form of physical adaptation is mimicry. This is when an animal takes on the appearance of another species  in order to deceive predators or prey.

3.SHARP TEETH AND CLAWS-In animals that hunt for food, these are common structural adaptations.Example, cats and hawks have long, sharp claws to help them capture prey.

4.WEBBED FEET-Webbed feet help an animal move more efficiently through water by providing extra surface area that allows it to propel itself forward.

5.LONG BODIES-Animals with long bodies have greater reach and are enabled to cover more ground quickly. This adaptation is especially useful for animal.

6.HORNS AND ANTLERS-Horns and antlers are structural adaptations found in many animals. These types of structures are found on the heads of certain mammals.

7.FUR-Animals living in cold climates have developed a variety of fur adaptations to help them survive the harsh winter temperatures.

8.WINGS-Wings are a type of structural adaptation found in birds and some other animals, such as bats and insects. They are used for flight and enable the animal.