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Take Home Box to teach standard indicator 3.4.5

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  • 1. Disappearing Organisms
    LyzzTruchon
    2.14.10
  • 2. Disappearing Organisms
    Indicator 3.4.5 Give examples of some kinds of organisms that have completely disappeared and explain how these organisms were similar to some organisms living today.
    Taken from http://dc.doe.in.gov/Standards/AcademicStandards/StandardSearch.aspx
  • 3. Definitions
    Organism: a living thing like a person, plant, or animal.
    Extinct: no longer living or existing.
    Grasslands: a large area covered in grasses and small plants.
    Compare: to find likeness between two (or more) things.
    Contrast: to show how two (or more) things are not alike.
    Domesticated: Tamed, like pets.
  • 4. Why Extinct?
    Different animals can become extinct (die out) for different reasons.
    For example the Moa Bird is believed to become extinct because it was hunted too much. The hunters didn’t leave enough of the birds to reproduce.
    No one can tell for sure why all the dinosaurs are extinct, but some people think it’s because an astroid hit the earth and killed them all. Some believe that there was a really long, cold period of time call an ice age that killed the dinosaurs because they froze to death.
  • 5. Why Extinct? Continued
    Plants and animals have become extinct because their habitat (where they live) is destroyed. Sometimes its destroyed by nature like a flood or forest fire. Sometimes habitats are destroyed by humans, when we build new parts of town, or pollute bodies of water.
    Sometimes plants and animals become extinct when what they eat becomes extinct. If they can’t eat they die.
  • 6. Compare and Contrast
    Plesiosaurus
    Eats fish and squid.
    Has a small head, but very large teeth and mouth.
    A soft unprotected body
    Up to 8 feet long
    Extinct
    Snapping Turtle
    • Eats small fish and other water animals like cray fish
    • 7. Have large heads and teeth
    • 8. Have a shell
    • 9. Can weigh more than 200 lbs
    • 10. Are not extinct
  • Compare and Contrast
    Moa Bird
    Did not have wings
    Were around 12 feet tall
    Ate plants
    Took many years to grow to adult size.
    Extinct
    Emu
    Are between 6 and 7 feet tall
    Eats plants and insects
    Can run up to 50mph
    Cannot fly even though they have wings
    Full grown by 14 months
    Not extinct
  • 11. Compare and Contrast
    Macrauchenia (extinct)
    Had three toed feet
    Ate plants
    Could be ten feet long
    Nostrils were located between it’s eyes.
    Camel
    Have even numbers of toes
    Are plant eaters
    Have humps made of fatty deposits.
    Not extinct
  • 12. Why Extinct?
    Pick one of the extinct animals from the previous slides and write a story about why that animal is now extinct. Use your imagination!
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  • 13. Your Story Continued
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  • 14. Compare and Contrast: YOUR TURN
    For the next two slides the first section will have a photo and information on an extinct animal. YOUR JOB is to fill in the second half of the slide with an animal that still exists that reminds you of the extinct animal. Draw a picture and list details about why the two animals are both similar and different.
  • 15. Compare and Contrast: YOUR TURN
    Quagga
    Was a type of hoofed zebra
    Lived in the grasslands of Africa
    Liked being around other Quagga
    Ate plants and grass
    Had a mane that stood up
    Living Animal:_______________
    Similarities:___________________________________________________________
    Differences:___________________________________________________________
    Picture:
  • 16. Compare and Contrast: YOUR TURN!
    Aurochs
    Were over 6 ft tall
    Could be domesticated
    Ate plants, grass and grains
    Males had horns and females did not
    Living Animal:____________
    Similarities:___________________________________________________________
    Differences:___________________________________________________________
    Picture:
  • 17. Art Time!
    Use the space below to draw at least one of your favorite extinct animals, and at least on of your favorite animals that are still living.