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Wolf Sheep Predation

Grade Level:

9-12, 13-16

Game Length:

Short (less than 40 min)

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Publisher:

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Description:

This model explores the stability of predator-prey ecosystems. Such a system is called unstable if it tends to result in extinction for one or more species involved. In contrast, a system is stable if it tends to maintain itself over time, despite fluctuations in population sizes.