Aim: Why don't lions have predators? (Food chains and trophic pyramids lesson)

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This lesson teaches students about food chains and about trophic pyramids and energy loss in food chains. Some skills that are emphasized and practiced include vocabulary, determining energy loss in a food chain, and determining how many apex predators different habitats can support. Lesson is purposefully very visually appealing and, unlike many food chain lessons, this includes the opportunity for a lot of practice for students.

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Aim: Why don't lions have predators? (Food chains and trop
Aim: Why don't lions have predators? (Food chains and trop
Aim: Why don't lions have predators? (Food chains and trop
Aim: Why don't lions have predators? (Food chains and trop
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