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Unit 2 Week 2 Key Words
Unit 2 Week 2 species Key Words
Unit 2 Week 2 survive Key Words
Unit 2 Week 2 alert Key Words
Unit 2 Week 2 vibrates Key Words
Unit 2 Week 2 surroundings Key Words
Unit 2 Week 2 prey Key Words
Unit 2 Week 2 predators Key Words
Unit 2 Week 2 lunging Key Words
Unit 2 Week 2 to go separate ways Function Words & Phrases
Unit 2 Week 2 to have live young Function Words & Phrases
Unit 2 Week 2 it is unusual for Function Words & Phrases
Unit 2 Week 2 hang out Function Words & Phrases
Unit 2 Week 2 fang Basic Words
Unit 2 Week 2 shedding Basic Words
Unit 2 Week 2 venom Basic Words
Unit 2 Week 2 scent trail Basic Words
Unit 2 Week 2 live young Basic Words
Unit 2 Week 2 slither Basic Words
Unit 2 Week 2 Basic Words
Interactions within Communities
By Tommy Linares. There are five different groups of animals with vertebrates These classifications are: 1.Mammals2.Fish3.Reptiles4.Birds5.Amphibians.
Click on the icon to hear the words Spiders Mr. Harper’s science mini lesson with audio read along.
All about snakes By Alexis S0to.
Animal Camouflage – Survival of the Fittest The advantages of blending in with one’s habitat.
Jeopardy Unit 2 Weeks 1 & 2. Jeopardy!! Week 1 A Week 1 B Week 2 A Week 2 B Vibrant Vocabulary
Vocabulary The navy ship was put on ____ after an ice storm was reported in the area. prey alert predators vibrates.
Interactions among Living Things. Populations There is a limit to the number of organisms (population) that an ecosystem can support based on different.
Interactions Among Living Things
Unit 5 Week 2. Paying attention Synonyms Cautious Aware Looking Antonyms Ignore Distracted Unaware alert.
Interactions of Living Things
King Cobras By Logan Bandy Miss Wilson’s class. Interesting facts King cobras are the largest venomous snake in the world. They can grow up to 18 feet.
HOW DO THE SPIDERS EAT?. Spiders don’t chew their food. When they get to the bug in their web, they bite it and inject venom. The venom either paralyzes.
Two Species System n y ’ = rn y - an y n d –r = independent prey population increase rate –a = effect of predator on prey population n d ’ = bn y n d -
Order Caudata By Sam Wiernusz. Order Caudata The order Caudata contains the amphibian known as salamanders and newts.
Fishing BY: Joshua Fannin. why fishing is a great thing to do? Great way to release stress Way to spend time out doors after long week. Gain information.
Relationships in the Ecosystem
Reptiles Snakes Lizards Alligators Crocodiles Turtles.
Ectotherms Regulation Many ectotherms hide from predators at night because they are sluggish from lack of heat energy Others prey at night (mostly in hot.
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