SUBJECTS: Math, Science, Social Studies

TOPICS: Carrying Capacity, Population Biology, Interdependence in Nature

Resource Overview

Students gain an understanding of carrying capacity when they act as predatory animals in a finite area and attempt to accumulate enough food to stay alive.


Panthers are at the top of their food chain and their numbers are limited by available resources, like food, in their habitat

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