If Frogs Need Water, Why Do They Want to Live in the Desert?

Unit 13: Amazing Animals - Surviving a Changing Environment
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Objective: SWBAT read expository text about amphibians in two different states, and then will collect and graph data about their different habitats.

Big Idea: Animals survival is based on a complex relationship between heritable traits and an organisms response to the environment.

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Science, Arizona, North Carolina, amphibians, adaptation, animal
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