Introduction to locomotion, Biology

LOCOMOTION -

Displacement of body.

Mostly animals show locomotion except porifera, urochordata, corals, obelia thier larva may show locomotion.

Its importance is -

1.      Search of shelter, food & water.

2.      Escape from predators.

3.      Escape from unfavourable environment.

4.      Collect material for nest building.

5.      Find a suitable mate for reproduction.

6.      Locate suitable area for breeding.

7.      Disperse to new locations.

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