Female sperm whales travel in groups with their young, circling the oceans to find food, they may travel a million miles in a lifetime. Inhabiting warmer waters than the males who thrive in the Arctic, they must meet up in the middle near the Azores.
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Animal Navigation
Animal Navigation Activity

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5-8

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Science, Religion, Geography, Informal Education

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Students discuss the navigation methods of migratory animals. Then they watch videos, draw mental maps, and make connections between their maps and how migratory animals use mental maps and other cues.

Internal and External Migration Cues
Internal and External Migration Cues Activity

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5-8

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Science, Religion, Geography, Informal Education

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Students read about the internal and external cues that trigger animals to migrate. They use maps to analyze migration routes, watch videos, and answer questions.