Biogeography. Elephants are an excellent example of modern-day evolution. This activity covers both biogeography as well as human influenced evolution. Students can easily relate to a short article about elephant populations in Africa as an example of biogeography. The current evolution of elephants from having tusks to being tuskless due to poaching and the Pangea puzzle model using fossils is also included.
How to use it:
- Introduction to concept
- Independent practice
- Station activity
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