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Predator prey relationships LO: investigating changing populations by looking at predator/prey relationships 1. Write down whether each one is a predator or prey. 2. For each of the animals, write down two adaptations that it has for either catching prey or avoiding being eaten. 3. Name two adaptations that many predators have for catching and killing prey. 4. Name two adaptations that many prey have to avoid being eaten.
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