Building a cladogram (Part 2/3)

Unit 1: Phylogeny and Taxonomy
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: Students will create a cladogram and describe methods used to reveal phylogeny.

Big Idea: Today students act like a modern evolutionary biologists who are appointed to redesign a natural history museum. They must build a cladogram of the specimens before the big move.

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