Wildlife Skull Activities

Wildlife Skull Activities 13 Sources of animal skulls Getting a supply of sufficient skulls for this lesson can be difficult. All skulls are all somewhat fragile and, some are very fragile. If ...

Cleaning and Preserving Animal Skulls

Cooperative Extension 10/99 AZ1144 T HE U NIVERSITY OF A RIZONA C OLLEGE OF A GRICULTURE T UCSON , A RIZONA 85721 Lawrence M. Sullivan Extension Specialist, School of Renewable Natural Resources C. Park Romney Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development This information has been reviewed by ...

Skulls: A Teacher's Resource Guide

Skulls: A Teacher's Resource Guide By Kourtney Reynolds Black bear White-Tailed Deer Why Skulls? The skull can tell a lot about the animal's life including how its behavior, lifestyle and ecology.

Envirothon Skull Reference Resource

Activity based on Skulls Tell It All from the Teacher Desert Resource Discovery Pack Background information from Skulls Tell It All, Skulls and Bones, ...

Skulls of Alaskan Mammals - A Teachers Guide

7 Animal skulls are a great tool for teaching about the diversity of Alaska's wildlife and the special role each animal plays in its natural environment.


Citation: Sims, M.E. 2005. Identification of Mid-size Cat Skulls. Identification Guides for Wildlife Law Enforcement No. 7. USFWS, National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory, Ashland, OR.

Unit 1: The Brain and Skull

Lesson 1: Name That Skull When the students are looking at the skulls, draw their attention to specific features that can give important clues as to the animal's identity.

Laboratory 1 Worksheet: The Skull

For comparative purposes other skulls are shown in the figures to illustrate differences among groups or features missing from the canid skull.

Skulls: A Teacher's Resource Guide

Skulls: A Teacher's Resource Guide By Tori Ulrich Owl Monkey © 2002 David Liittschwager Skull morphology and function: • The skull is composed of two pieces: the cranium and mandible.

Pre-Lab: Skulls and Evolution

Skulls-1 Name_____ Pre-Lab: Skulls and Evolution 1. How do the brow ridge, cranial ridge, brain case size and forehead size compare between the skulls of Australopithecus afarensis , Homo erectu s and H. sapiens in the figures found in your textbook?

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