Animal Skull Investigations Distance Learning

Animal Skull Investigations Distance Learning
Posted on 10/07/2015
Two 4th and 8th Grade classes attended a non-interactive presentation, provided by the Texas Wildlife Association, over Animal Skull Investigation. 

This non-interactive presentation allowed students the opportunity to investigate skulls of native Texas animals. Unique adaptations were discussed and interactive students were asked to identify common structures of animal skulls and then determine their function(s). During the investigations, students discovered the feeding habits, survival adaptations, and finally the identity of the mystery specimens.