14Why is ear size important? How is a chameleon?Why is ear size important?How is a polar bear adapted?How is a camel adapted?How is a lion adapted?How is a snail adapted?How does hibernating help?How is a deer adapted?Where do you find eyes on prey?What is the question?What adaptations do penguins have?What features do predators have?What is a predator?
15Which Adaptation? Has teeth adapted to tearing flesh. Uses it tail for a courtship display.Has spines to protect itself from predators.Live in a social group.
16Competition In Animals Lesson Objectives:To state what things an animal competes for in its environment.To describe how particular adaptations in animals make it a successful competitor~ explain why
17What Do Animals Compete For? FoodFussy EatersSame preyProtection
18What Do Animals Compete For? FightMateCourtship Displays
19What Do Animals Compete For? TerritoryBuilding a nestMarking their territory
20Competition In ActionWatch the following three video clips and fill in your work sheet, stating:~ what the animal is competing for~ the adaptations that make the animal successful
21Successful Competitors From the animal you designed last week, select three of its labelled adaptations and explain how that makes your animal a successful competitor.Think about:how it gets its food?how to attract a mate?its territory
22Spot the Competitor! In the red corner....we have the Hyena For each example, list as many adaptations as you can and explain why that makes it a good competitor!In the red corner....we have the HyenaIn the blue corner....we have the African Elephant
23Competition In Animals What do animals compete for?Animals that are well adapted are most likely to win the competition for these resources so they are then more likely to survive and reproduce.Give an example of interspecific competition.Give an example of intraspecific competition.Video ClipAnimal ExampleWhat is it competing for?Adaptations that make it a successful competitor123
25Predators and preyWrite down what you think makes these animals good predators?What features do the prey have that enable them to avoid being eaten?
26Design your own Choose either a predator or prey. You must draw and label your animal.Diagram with features (L4)Details of how the features work (L5)Explain how the features help the animal to survive (L6)Extension:1) Draw a possible pyramid of number for your animal and others around it.2) Draw a predator prey relationship graph for your animal.3) complete the questions in the book add them to your work