Aim: Why do male and female animals sometimes look different? (Sexual selection)

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This lesson teaches students about sexual selection and how it can be as much of a driving force of evolution as natural selection. The powerpoint begins by showing students the stunning and sometimes bizarre ways in which male and female animals of the same species can be different from each other. They are then introduced to the mechanisms behind these seemingly incomprehensible morphological differences. Students are introduced to examples of both intersexual and intrasexual selection in the lesson. Lastly, students go online to perform the internet activity “sex and the single guppy.”

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Aim: Why do male and female animals sometimes look differe
Aim: Why do male and female animals sometimes look differe
Aim: Why do male and female animals sometimes look differe
Aim: Why do male and female animals sometimes look differe
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