Run, Duck, Hide: Predator/Prey
Part of the Spring 2021 Nature Adventures Series
Nature Adventures is a virtual learning program aligned with NC Standard Course of Study (Grades 2 through 7) teaching standards provided for FREE for educators and families.
What does an animal’s skull tell us about the type of food it eats, where it lives, and how it thrives? Find out in this exciting session about predator and prey relationships!
Students will use animal skulls to explore the role and function of specific species in the ecosystem. Students will gain a first-hand understanding of how population dynamics, competition for resources, and carving out a niche work in the ecosystem, based on the interactions of predators and the prey they eat.
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