Amazing Ants- Group Behavior In Insects

Unit 7: Animal Groups
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: Students will discuss observations about the cooperative of ants.

Big Idea: Group behavior serves different purposes in different animal communities, but it always benefits the species as a whole.

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Science, predator, prey, animal, Groups, herds
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