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Biology (Klafeta) - Relationships Webquest   Tags: biology, relationships, webquests  

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Today you are going to be investigating different relationships in ecosystems,
but first some basic information:
 
Click on the image below to let me know who you are!
 

 

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As you watch the video clip below think about:

·      Who is the predator?

·      Who is the prey?

·      Is it easy to be a predator?

 

After you watch the video, click the brain to tell me what you know!
 

 

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Here is another predator prey relationship for you to watch.
Pay attention to the use of camouflage! 
 
After you watch the video, click the brain to tell me what you know!
 

 

Click below to watch the video:

 

 

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The clip below shows an interaction between a rattlesnake and a hawk.
Who do you think wins?  Watch for strategy!
 
After you watch the video, click on the brain to show me what you learned!
 
 
 
 
 

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What is competition?  Why do animals compete? 
Watch the video clip below to see if these questions are answered. 
Pay close attention to the end!
 
 
After you watch the video, click on the brain below to see if you too can compete!
 
 

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The clip below shows the relationship between ants and an acacia tree. 
Think about what type of relationship these organisms demonstrate.
 
Click on the brain when your brain is ready to answer!
 
 

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The next clip is about clownfish and sea anemones (think Finding Nemo). 

Enjoy (no, it’s not a clip from the movie).

 

Another brain picture - lucky you!

 

 

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Look- another clip! 
 
Remember to click on the brain after you watch the video.
 

 

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When you think TOUGH, do you think hippos or crocs?
 
Remember to click on the brain after you watch the video.
 

 

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When one hippo video clip just isn’t enough…
 
Remember to click on the brain after you watch the video.
 

 

 

 

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Okay, get ready- this next clip is a bit gross…
 
Remember to click on the brain after you watch the video.
 

 

 

 

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You’re almost done - hang in there! 
As you watch the next clip see if you know which type of relationship is represented.
 
Remember to click on the brain after you watch the video.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Just one more!  I am sure this will be your favorite.  
You just can’t go wrong with a science teacher with too much time on his hands… or can you?
 
 
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