Feeding Facilitation: A lesson in Evolution and Sociobiology
Students simulate foraging by searching for and gathering toothpicks. Feeding Facilitation is an attempt to show the relationship between energy costs of foraging and predator avoidance with flocking behavior and their relationship to evolution.
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