Vanishing Vaquita in the Sea of Cortez

Unit 13: Amazing Animals - Surviving a Changing Environment
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to explain that an animal with very specific environmental needs will have more difficulty adapting to a changing environment.

Big Idea: Animals that aren't adaptable are less likely to survive changes in their environment.

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Science, Gulf of California, Sea of Cortez, vaquita, Mexican marina, critically endangered, adaptation, animal
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