A data analysis on squirrel behavior based on a journal article. Explores the behavior of two types of squirrels in response to roads.
In this activity, students examine images of birds and make inferences about the bird’s diet and lifestyle based on the shape of their beaks and legs. Birds are very diverse in their habits, spear-shaped beaks are used for fishing, short stout beaks are used for cracking seeds, and the curved beaks of raptors are used…
Activity illustrates the competitive exclusion principle by showing students how each population behaves when grown alone or when mixed together.