This organizer has pictures of ears and eyes of various animals. The students must find other animals with similar ear or eye types and describe how they are used. The students must be able to explain how the ears and eyes of each animal help to know if it is a predator or prey. When the student finds an animal with similar ears and/or eyes, he/she draws and names the animal. On a separate sheet of notebook paper, the students must explain how the ear type and eye type help that animal to survive, and if it is a predator or prey. Students can work in pairs or small groups to find this information.