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Aggh!! Uts a predator!

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Harvey Buckle

on 25 January 2018

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Transcript of Aggh!! Uts a predator!

To know the necessary features of a predator
To know the necessary features of a prey
Don't do this!
Here are some adaptations that make animals successful predators:

built for speed
sharp teeth and claws
camouflage to avoid being seen by prey
eyes to the front of the head to judge size and distance well (binocular vision).
Aggh!! Its a predator!
Thursday 25th January 2018
Now prey
Here are some adaptations that help animals avoid being caught as prey:

live in groups (herds or shoals)
built for speed
defences such as poison or stings
camouflage to avoid being seen by predators
eyes to the side of the head to get a wide field of view (monocular vision).
Horse born?
Horse and other animals are born already to run
Humans cannot....why?
When to breed?
Both predators and prey can improve their chances of success through their breeding strategies. For example, prey species may reproduce when the population of predators is likely to be low. This is called synchronous breeding.
Write a short argument saying what you think is the best PREDATOR or PREY...giving your reasons.
Write down what is a:


Give examples
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