The relationship between predator and prey populations can be observed as students graph the populations of two animal species over the course of 80 years. This resource provides two versions of student data sheet. The first set is more challenging and comes with 20 data points each for the rabbit and wolf. The other contains only 11 data points each which allows you to differentiate the activity.
The resource also provides custom graph paper and predator/prey clip art images for students to decorate their graph. The grading rubric for the graph is included. Two document camera images are also provided which show example predator/prey graphs.
Additional resources for an Ecology/Environmental Unit:
Tree Ring Precipitation Graph
Moose Population Grid
This resource is also part of an Ecology BUNDLE. Click on the link below to find information on this product. You automatically save 20% on this predator/prey resource and all of the ecology resources listed above by purchasing this bundle!
Bundle of Ecology Activities
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