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Harp Seals

Harp Seals

Harp Seals by Kim Mishra Do Harp Seals Eat Fish? Yes No If you said Yes… If you said No Answer… You keep going You are THREATENED Why Are Harp Seals Called Harp Seals? (A) They have harp shaped spots on their back when they are older.  (B) They make noises like harps. 

By ostinmannual
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Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14 Wildlife, Fisheries and Endangered Species Traditional Single-Species Wildlife Management Assumptions Maximum Sustainable Yield: The population size that yielded maximum production Minimal Viable Population: The goal for a threatened or endangered species

By bernad
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Harp Seals

Harp Seals

Harp Seals. by Kim Mishra. Do Harp Seals Eat Fish?. Yes. No. If you said Yes…. If you said No. Answer…. You keep going. You are THREATENED. Why Are Harp Seals Called Harp Seals?. (A) They have harp shaped spots on their back when they are older. .

By luyu
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Pleistocene Fauna

Pleistocene Fauna

Pleistocene Fauna. Presented by:. AMAAN ALI. PLEISTOCENE. Greek (pleistos "most") and (kainos "new"). The Pleistocene Epoch lasted from about 1.65 million until 10,000 years ago.

By jayden
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By Spencer Johnson, M.D. & Ken Blanchard, P.h. D

By Spencer Johnson, M.D. & Ken Blanchard, P.h. D

By Spencer Johnson, M.D. & Ken Blanchard, P.h. D. The Components:. “The Cheese” “The Maze”. The Characters:. The Story:. Who Moved My Cheese. Having Cheese Makes You Happy. If You Do Not Change You Can Become Extinct. When You Move Beyond Your Fear You Feel Free.

By josef
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B1b 7 Evolution

B1b 7 Evolution

B1b 7 Evolution. 7.3 Natural selection. Learning objectives. Understand how natural selection works Know what a mutation is Understand what is involved in extinction. The Peppered Moth. Natural Selection. Organisms gain an advantage in competition Against other species

By damien
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Fossils

Fossils

Fossils. Dinosaurs. Dinosaurs lived millions of years ago, but are now extinct. Extinct – Describes a kind of living thing that is no longer found on Earth. . Fossil- The hardened remains of a plant or an animal that lived long ago . There are different types of fossils.

By kiana
(113 views)

Today

Today

Today. Hand in any work needed. Get out a small piece of paper, PUT YOUR NAME ON IT. When bell rings the quiz will start and you will have 1 minute per question to answer. Question 1. List the order the rocks came in First Second Third Forth Fifth Sixth. Question 2.

By quant
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Dholes

Dholes

Dholes. By: Malina Ross. Habitat. The dhole lives in forest habitats Mainly located in Southeast Asia They used to be as far as Russia, down to China, Malaysia, and Indonesia. What Dholes Eat. Dholes will eat a variety of foods Here are some:

By kairos
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Goblin Sharks

Goblin Sharks

Goblin Sharks. By Andrew Metro. DESCRIPTION. The Goblin Shark is a rarely-seen, slow swimming shark. This shark’s snout is long, flat, and very pointy. The Goblin Shark has soft, pale pink-gray skin. It has low, rounded fins and a long tail fin. INTERESTING FACT.

By lonna
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Unit #9, Quiz #1

Unit #9, Quiz #1

Unit #9, Quiz #1. Grade:. «grade». «subject». Subject:. «date». Date:. 1. When considering the percent of species, the majority of species that make up the IUCN Red List are:. A. mammals. B. aves (birds). C. molluscs. D. amphibians. 2.

By belle
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Structure of a Volcano

Structure of a Volcano

Structure of a Volcano. Objectives. 1. To learn the structure of a volcano 2. To know that volcanoes can be dormant, active and extinct. key words. Earthquake, volcano, plate margin, plates. Structure of a Volcano. Structure of a Volcano. Secondary cone. Volcanic Bombs. Secondary

By kacy
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ENDANGERED SPECIES !

ENDANGERED SPECIES !

ENDANGERED SPECIES !. Animals get extinct every single minute! Imagine how many animals have been extinct! . Why is it important ?. Animals are important because : If a specie dies the whole eco system will destroy. If a specie dies another specie could die too because there is a food chain. .

By tate
(80 views)

Year Five Science Lessons

Year Five Science Lessons

Australian Animals . Year Five Science Lessons. Lesson Sequence Overview:. Lesson Three: Endangered Animals . Learning objectives: 1. Explain the meaning of endangered animals.

By baird
(106 views)

Volcanic Jeopardy !

Volcanic Jeopardy !

Volcanic Jeopardy !. Volcanic Jeopardy !. Final Jeopardy. Which of the following is not part of a volcano? Pipe Vent Neck Crater. Which of the following is not part of a volcano? Pipe Vent Neck Crater. Back to Menu. Molten rock has two different names. Explain.

By kali
(115 views)

Let’s Get Primitive!

Let’s Get Primitive!

Let’s Get Primitive!. Mr. Bunn Lunch Lectures Spring 2014. Thalassocnus. Thalassocnus. Extinct Semi-Aquatic (Marine) Sloth Fossils found off the coast of Peru and Chile What is familiar about this marine sloth’s fossil location? (Think back to our last lecture) 2-23 M.Y.A. Thalassocnus.

By aqua
(118 views)

Why would females choose “flashy”?

Why would females choose “flashy”?

Why would females choose “flashy”?. Gray tree frogs. Do long calls indicate good genes?. Do long calls indicate good genes? yes. Runaway sexual selection?. Fisherian Runaway Selection. The notion that sexual selection is more rapid than natural selection

By matt
(248 views)

Natural Environments

Natural Environments

Natural Environments. Environment – The surrounding in which a person, animal, or plant lives in. Local environments limit life. Factors such as temperature, rainfall, and soil conditions affect where plants/animals can live. Connections in Nature.

By xenos
(108 views)

EARTH FORCES

EARTH FORCES

EARTH FORCES. GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT St. ANDREW’s HIGH SCHOOL. EARTH FORCES VOLCANOES. Volcanoes and Supervolcanoes. SUCCESS CRITERIA By the end of this section you should be able to: Describe the three types of volcano – active, dormant and extinct.

By lisbet
(161 views)

WHAT ARE VOLCANOES?

WHAT ARE VOLCANOES?

WHAT ARE VOLCANOES?. How do Volcanoes Form? Plate Tectonics!. Oceanic and Continental Plates. Volcanic Belts. Ring of Fire. Plate Boundaries. Yellowstone Cauldera. Hawaiian Islands are a Hot Spot. The Aleutian Islands are an Island Arc. Quick Review. 1. What is a volcano?

By lel
(188 views)

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