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    • Animal Groups Content Standard:. The student will investigate how living things interact with one another and with non-living elements of their environment.
    • Why do some animals live in groups?
      • Some animals live in groups for protection
      • Some animals live in groups in order to search for food
    • Some animals live together for protection.
      • Fish swim together in schools to warn each other of approaching danger .
    • Some animals live together for protection.
      • Baboons move together in a troop.
    • Some animals live together for protection
      • Gazelles live together in a group called a harem .
    • Some animals live in specialized groups called colonies.
      • In a colony each animal has a specific job.
      • Animals in a colony communicate in a unique way.
    • Some animals live in specialized groups called colonies.
      • Bees live in a colony called a hive .
      • A hive has one queen bee.
      • The worker bees search for pollen
    • Some animals live in specialized groups called colonies
      • Honeybees communicate the location of food by doing a dance.
      See the dance!
    • What do you know about animal groups?
      • What do you call…
      • a group of kangaroos?
      • a group of foxes?
      • a group of monkeys?
    • Animal Group Round-Up!
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