Ecological Role of Gator Holes in the Everglades & Don't Feed ME Activity

Ecological Role of Gator Holes in the Everglades & Don't Feed ME Activity
Ecological Role of Gator Holes in the Everglades & Don't Feed ME Activity
Ecological Role of Gator Holes in the Everglades & Don't Feed ME Activity
Ecological Role of Gator Holes in the Everglades & Don't Feed ME Activity
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Students will read informational text about the ecological role of Gator Holes in the Everglades Ecosystem. How does wallowing in the mud create micro-habitats for fish, invertebrates, and other organisms that are not equipped to survive during the annual dry season?

Activity: Then they will create a campaign slogan encouraging people to help keep wild animals WILD. They will draw a picture to accompany the catchy slogan or create a short comic strip showing the dangers of feeding wild alligators.
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45 minutes
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