Lessons for Mammals

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  • 1.2 The natural history of North Carolina - … interior skeletons. Flying insects, amphibians, reptiles, dinosaurs, birds, and finally mammals emerged. Sudden changes in climate caused mass extinctions that wiped … emerged. c. 9000 BCE Phanerozoic Cenozoic Neogene Pleistocene Many large mammals flourished, then became extinct. Anatomically modern humans evolved. The Sand … . 55.8 Mya Phanerozoic Cenozoic Paleogene Paleocene Early mammals diversified, and the first large mammals appeared. The world's climate was still …
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  • UNIT on Whales - … Shamu is a fish or mammal. Remind students what a mammal is. Ask them what type of mammal is Shamu? 2. Development of … same area and interbreed * Cetaceans- are the species group of mammals that includes the whales, dolphins, and porpoises. o Hang up … . Summary: i. We have learned that a whale is a mammal and that baleen whales have two blow holes and toothed … may even tell if they ran into another type of mammal or whale. Lesson 6 A. Background Information Erica Serrato Science …
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  • Roadkill Museum, Making a Study Skin - Skinning & Stuffing - … . Academic: To learn about the anatomy and physiology of local mammals and birds. 2. Personal: To feel comfortable working with animals … the animal in millimeters and weigh it in grams. For mammals, make and record the following measurements: Total length: Make animal … so that students are not tempted to poke them. Stuff mammal's face by emulating the animals original bone and musculature … tail from flopping about and eventually falling off. 15. For mammals, use a dowel about the same diameter as the arm …
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  • 2006 Tracking Narwhals in Greenland - Frozen Out - … of time to find locations where food is available. Marine mammals have a layer of blubber that provides a food reserve … must feed frequently to survive. The primary threat to marine mammals from shallower zones where they may be used by primary … -to-year location of microhabitats allows Arctic seabirds and marine mammals to easily find open-water areas that are critical to … . Heide-Jørgensen. 2005. Winter feeding intensity of narwhals. Marine Mammal Science 21(1):45-57. http://faculty.washington.edu/klaidre …
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  • Zoo Animals Song - … ? (Bloom's Taxonomy-Knowledge) Which animals were mammals? (Bloom's Taxonomy-Knowledge) Which mammal habitat was your favorite and why? (Bloom's … round by switching groups, creating more groups and changing the mammals. This lesson includes Gardener's Multiple Intelligences of Visual/Spatial … going to begin our research project by each selecting a mammal of our choice. Adaptations/Enrichment: Students that are hearing impaired …
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  • Herschel C. Lyon Mock Trial - … became an expert on marine mammals. I helped the U.S. Congress write the Marine Mammal Protection Act in 1972 and participated in its revisions. You see, we found that certain marine mammals were becoming extinct or endangered due to the activities of … knowledge about the ecology or the population of different marine mammals. The act originally made it illegal to harass, hunt, capture or kill any marine mammal. Only commercial fishermen who are protecting their gear or catch …
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  • Bone Diggers - … .) Review the definitions of mammal and marsupial. Ask the class to define the terms mammal and marsupial. (Mammals are warm blooded, milk-producing … live birth, their gestation period is much shorter than other mammals. Mammals with full gestation periods prior to live birth nourish the … Geographic Children's Books, 2004. Presents illustrated explanations of prehistoric mammals. Viewing Ideas Author Margy Kuntz has written and edited educational …
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  • The New Zoos: Doctor Fish - … Activity Activity: Fish Tales CURRICULUM LINKS ANATOMY/ PHYSIOLOGY fish, marine mammals BIOLOGY circulatory system EARTH SCIENCE ocean LIFE SCIENCE RELATED FRONTIERS … heart with partial separation of oxygenated and deoxygenated blood. In mammals, the heart is four-chambered with a complete separation of … in various species. OBJECTIVE Model hearts of fish, amphibians and mammals. MATERIALS clay of different colors anatomical heart models (optional) PROCEDURE …
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  • Phyla and Order - … chordate class. (Science 6b) (DOK I) --Identify defining characteristics of mammals (Science 6b) (DOK I) Materials: writing utensil, paper, poster boards … , and then we will focus on mammals by examining the mammal orders and the defining characteristics of mammals. Ask students if they have … talked about the characteristics and orders of mammals. What are the four major characteristics of mammals that we talked about? Do humans …
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  • Sizing Up Species - … : Kingdom: Animalia (animals) Phylum: Chordata (animals with backbones) Class: Mammalia (mammals) Order: Rodentia (rodents) Family: Sciuridae (squirrels and chipmunks) Genus: Sciurus … , World Wildlife Fund Activity 1-2 Sizing Up Species (continued) mammal, insect, fish or fungi species that scientists have identified. (Remind … Plants ... 2,500 Fungi ... 20,000 Fishes... 200 Birds ... 400 Mammals ... 60 Illinois Biodiversity Basics Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Chicago …
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