These anthropology flash cards cover the social hierarchies of tribal mammals.
There are 18 flash cards in this set (3 pages to print.)
1. Print out the cards.
2. Cut along the dashed lines.
3. Fold along the solid lines.
Sample flash cards in this set:
|Pair bond||stable relationship of animals of opposite sex,ensures mating|
|Heirachy||Order of individuals in a group, ranked in dominance|
|Alpha Animal||Most dominant member of the group|
|Dominant||at the top of the Heirachy, dominant gesture signifies strength|
|Subordinate||Inferior rank or status|
|Submissive||Animal that is not dominant|
|Ecological niche||The role of an organism in a community|
|Gause's Principle||similar species cannot co-exist for long in the same ecological niche|
|Leibigs law||Growth is controlled by the limiting factor|
|Camouflage||Concealment process, in which an animal blends in with something (usual background)|
|Mimicry||Adaptive similarities between unrelated species|
|Bastesian Mimicry||Resemblance of a harmless species to one that is poisonious|
|Mullerian Mimicry||Between unpalatable species|
|Hormone||Moves from one place to activate a chemical in another place|
|Monogamy||One male to one female per season e.g. gannet|
|Viviparous||Produces live young|
|Monotreme||mammal that lays eggs|