It's not irrelephant to know which animals use warning coloration to avoid predators. The video explains how brightly colored animals are able to survive in the natural world. It also details aposematic coloration for both sexual selection and warning coloration. The video is the second in a series of 18.
- Before the video, have students list brightly colored animals; after the video, have them research how it benefits the animal
- Remember YouTube allows for public comments and does not monitor them
- Video best fits in a unit on defense mechanisms, predators, and mimicry
- Provides closed captioning to further cement the concepts covered
- Includes high-quality photographs