10/25 and 10/26: Native, Non-Native, and Invasive Species

What is the difference between native, non-native, and invasive species? Today’s class looks at the similarities and differences of these three terms through discussion and a slide show (also posted on the Class Presentation page).

We started a vocabulary page for each of these words. Definitions and characteristics can be found in the slide show. Definitions are also on the vocabulary sheet in your notebooks or can be found on the Vital Signs Vocabulary page on the Science Fitz site.

These three vocabulary words will be due next Monday or Tuesday. If you have a chance to get them done before the weekend, you should do them as soon as possible.

Do you need a vocabulary sheet to do your words? Click Vocabulary Paper to download one!

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One Response to 10/25 and 10/26: Native, Non-Native, and Invasive Species

  1. Chandler C says:

    We should care about the bats because their getting infected with white nose fungus which is a harmful disease and is getting attracted to bats which are helpful for pollinating flowers and eating insects. If the bat population goes down then the flowers will die and no more plants.

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