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Animal Adaptation Posters

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This resource contains posters of five animals. Each animal has at least four adaptations labeled. There is also a full page picture of the ecosystem in which the plant lives. This is so that students can better visualize the habitat and understand the adaptations that an animal might need in that environment. It was made for the NGSS 3-LS2 Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics. It covers the following plants in the the following ecosystems:
Collared Lizard - desert
Clownfish - ocean
Arctic Fox - arctic tundra
Great Blus Heron - wetlands
Yellow Jacket - temperate forest

There is a tips sheet for teachers, an adaptation definition card that
can be cut our and displayed, along with a student activity sheet.

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