WHAT, IF ANYTHING, IS A ZEBRA?
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Students read the essay, "What, If Anything, Is a Zebra?" following a teacher made reading guide. They investigate cladistics, shared derived characteristics, with further online research to enhance their study of evolution and classificatio
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