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Animal Migration - Patterns - Themepark
Title: Animal Migration - Patterns - Themepark
Creator: Utah Education Network
Abstract: Migrating animals usually use the same routes year after year--from generation to generation. Land animals cross mountains, rivers, and vast tracks of land. Birds, bats, and insects fly long distances, sometimes crossing entire continents or oceans. Swimming animals frequently migrate half way across the world. Many scientists view animal migration as an adaptation. Animals that have learned to move to optimal environments are the ones who have survived to continue their species. Sample some of the following activities to learn more about animal migration. [Information of the supplier]
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Subject: Behavior (591.5)
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Audience: Beginner; Intermediate
Language: English
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Resource type: Discipline based websites
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Metadata update date: 2007-05-30
Metadata provider: UBFfm
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