This lesson allows students to explore the interactions of
two animal populations (predator and prey) within an
ecosystem. Their populations can rise and fall (oscillate)
over time as they interact and impact one another.
Represent and interpret data on a line graph.
Tell the story of one or more predator/prey feedback
Create a map showing connections between predator and prey populations.
Compare results for simulation runs that do and do not include hunting licenses.
Create a policy that allows hunters to hunt, while
still keeping the populations of predator and prey populations healthy.