Scientists need help with finding a spot to relocate the Polar Bears. Explore the Alaskan Tundra to find a suitable location.
LS2.A: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems
competition; predator, prey, biome, tundra, habitat, interdependent relationships, ecosystems
Polar bears are losing their habitat. Students can investigate the consequences and solutions.
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Antton asks for help relocating the polar bears in the Tundra biodome. He needs your help scouting locations.
Students explore the current polar bear habitat and a potential new location. It appears that there are a group of grisly bears at this new location. Otherwise, it seems to have a lot of resources. Students are asked to collect evidence to help determine if this location will work for the polar bears.
Students make a decision and argue their reasoning to Antton. If the polar bears can't go to this new location, where will they go?