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Homeschool resources about predators

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Aquatic food webs  (Y,M,O,T)
Lessons and activities for students from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Snow Leopard Trust  (Y,M)
With programs on the ground in five snow leopard range countries and connections with researchers and conservation organizations all over the globe, the Snow Leopard Trust is a leader in the effort to secure the snow leopard's future.

Water on the web - The Food Web  (Y)

Birds of prey  (Y,M)
Lesson integrating the Internet into a study of predators. Grades 6-8

Freshwater Food Webs  (Y)
Organisms in a food web; role of organisms and a food pyramid.

Wolves  (Y,M,O,T)
Wolf Web Gallery; come visit our wolves...

Predator-prey simulation  (Y,M)
Students will simulate predator prey interactions, the numbers of predator and prey in their "ecosystem" will be recorded and graphed.

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