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In this outdoor simulation game, learners search for pretend animals called "sticklers" to determine and map where they live (habitat) and how spread out they are in that area (distribution). Learners can explore three types of distribution—uniform (evenly spaced), random (irregularly scattered) and clumped (bunched in one or more places) and compare the patterns of animal life in their game to real animals patterns in nature.
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