Why Are Some Animal Groups So Successful? (Squirrel Speciation)

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

Objective: SWBAT observe animals from a successful, widespread group (squirrels) and make statements about species differences, similarities, and possible reasons for success.

Big Idea: Some animal groups' inherited characteristics enable them to adapt and spread into many different environments.

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Science, squirrels, adaptation, animal
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sciurus vulgaris simo finland 2008 07 02
 
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