HOW WOLVES CHANGE RIVERS

Estándar

Are you aware of how wolves can change daily life?

Have you already seen last year project about wolves in Sabaxáns video (o Foxo do Lobo)?

Click on the image below and find out more about wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

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Take your own notes and be ready to answer some questions in class.
Deadline: Friday, 11th April
1st ESO students: Tuesday, 22nd April

OWOOOOOO!

(Wolf howling).

ALL STUDENTS

(1) – Write fifteen animals mentioned in the video

(2)- Write five geographical features mentioned in the video

(3) – Write four types of trees and vegetation mentioned in the video

2nd, 3rd AND 4th ESO STUDENTS

(4)- What is a trophic cascade?

(5)- Where is Yellowstone National Park?

(6)- When were wolves reintroduced in Yellowstone?

(7)- How long have wolves been absent before they were reintroduced?

3rd AND 4rth ESO STUDENTS 

Translate into Galician or Spanish the following expressions:

(8)- “Much more significantily, they radically changed the behaviour of the deer”

(9)- “In some areas the height of the trees quintupled in just six years”

(10)- “Beavers, like wolves, are ecosystem engineers”

82 responses »

  1. 1> Wolves , Raven , Beavers, eagles, deer, birds, ducks….
    2>cascades, Tumbles , valleys , gorges , rivers…
    3>Hight trees, aspen , cottonwood …
    4> Is a ecologian process which starts at the top of the food chain
    5> Its in Wyoming , Montana and Idaho
    6> The wolves were introduced In 1995.
    7> They`d been absent for 70 years
    8> Es mucho mas significante, cambiaron los comportamientos de los ciervos
    9>En algunas áreas , los arboles se quintuplicaron.
    10> Los castores , como los lobos , son ingenieros del ecosistema

  2. 1-Wolves,deer,birds,songbirds,migratory bidrs,beavers,muscrats,ducks,otters,fish,reptiles,amphibians,coyotes,rabbits,mice.
    2-The valleys,the gorges,the rivers,,the forest
    4-A trophic cascade is an ecological process whichatairs at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

  3. 1.
    1.Wolves
    2.Beavers.
    3.Raven.
    4.Eagles.
    5.Deer

    2. Valeys,Tumbles,cascades,mountains,Lakes.

    3.Aspen,high trees,cottonwodd and willow.

    4.Is a ecologian process wich stras at the top of the food chain.

    5.In Montana(Idaho).

    6.In 1995

    7.They`d been absent for 70 years

    8.Mucho mas significante, cambiaron radicalmente el comportamiento de los ciervos.

    9.En algunas áreas los árbores se quintuplicaron en unos años.

    10.Castores,los lobos,son de lo mas importante en un ecosistema.

  4. 1. Beavers,fish, muscrats, ducks, reptiles, amphibians, wolves, wolves killed coyotes, rubbits, mice began, weasels, foxes, badgers, bears, hawks.
    2. River, trophic, cascade, less erosion, the channels,
    4. a trphic cascade is a ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down ti the botton
    6. Wolves were reintriduced in 1995

  5. (1) – Write fifteen animals mentioned in the video
    Wolves,birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles, coyotes, rabbits, hawks, foxes, badgers, ravens, bald eagles, bears, muscrats, mice.

    (2)- Write five geographical features mentioned in the video
    Valleys, forest, rivers,gorges,

    (3) – Write four types of trees and vegetation mentioned in the video.
    forest,

    (4)- What is a trophic cascade?
    A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    (5)- Where is Yellowstone National Park?
    United States

    (6)- When were wolves reintroduced in Yellowstone?
    In 1995

  6. 1-wolves, deer, easily, songbird, migratory birds, beavers, muskrats, ducks, fish, reptiles, amphibian, coyotes, rabbit, weasels

    2-erotion, rivers, riffle, pools, channels maroked

  7. 1- deer, birds, beavers, otters, muscrats, ducks, fish, reptiles, amphibians, rabbits, mice, hawks, weasels, foxes, badgers

  8. 1- deer, birds, beavers, otters, muscrats, ducks, fish, reptiles, amphibians, rabbits, mice, hawks, weasels, foxes, badgers

  9. 1.foxes, badgers, bears, hawks ducks, reptiles, amphibins, wolves, wolves kiled coyotes, rubbits, mice began, weasels, foxes, badgers, bears, Beavers,fish, muscrats
    2. River, cascde,the channels less erosion.
    3.

  10. 1.Wolves, ducks, foxes, bears, fish, muscrats, amphibians,deer, mices, weasels, rabbits, hawks, badgers, reptiles and crows.

  11. 1. Wolves, deer, songbirds,brids,beavers,muskrats,ducks,coyotes, rabbits,hamks,weasels,foxes,badgers,ravens.
    2.Tropic cascades, rivers, the channel, less erosion, thropic

  12. 1.Wolves, deer, coyotes, mice, rabbit, hawks, weasel, foxes, badgers,crows, eagles, ducks, amphibian, fish, bears.

  13. (1) – Write fifteen animals mentioned in the video.

    deer, wolves, muskrat, songbirds, eagles, rabbits, birds, beaver, ducks, fich, coyotes, mice, hawk, weasel, foxes, badger, bear, calves, raven, fish, reptiles, amphibians

    (2)- Write five geographical features mentioned in the video

    trophic cascade, valley, gorges, rivers

    (3) – Write four types of trees and vegetation mentioned in the video

    aspen, willow, cottowood, shrub

    (4)- What is a trophic cascade?

    Trophic Cascade is the decrease of a predator’s direct prey, thus increasing the number of the next trophic level or herbivory (the prey’s prey).

    (5)- Where is Yellowstone National Park?

    Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 and is the first national park in the United States. Located in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, hosts a variety of wildlife such as grizzly bears, wolves, bison and elk. Within Yellowstone National Park also preserves the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Old Faithful (Old Faithful) and the collection of geysers and hot springs in the world awesome.

    (6)- When were wolves reintroduced in Yellowstone?

    Wolves were reintroduced in 1995.

    (7)- How long have wolves been absent before they were reintroduced?

    The wolves been absent before they were reintroduced in 123 years.

    • 1- deer, birds, beavers, otters, muscrats, ducks, fish, reptiles, amphibians, rabbits, mice, hawks, weasels, foxes, badgers

      2 – cascade, rivers, valley, gorges,

      3 – poplars, willows, shrubs,

      4 – is an ecological process that begins at the top of the food chain and tumbled all the way to the
      bottom

      5-in united states

      6 – 1995

      7-123 years

  14. 1.wolf, bear, maple, parakeet,otter,rabbit, hamwks, coyote,muscrats, mmouse, fox, skunk,crow, duck, biever, fish, birds.
    2.cascade, forest, river,mountain, erosion, valley.

  15. 1)deer,migratory birds,songbirds,beavers,ducks,coyotes,rabbits,howks,weasels,muscrats,reptiles,foxes,badgers,bald eagles,bears.

    2)valleys,rivers,dams,riffles,gorges.

    3)aspen,willow,cottonwood,berries,shirbs.

  16. 1- In the video mentioned 15 animals:fish,birds,muscrats duks reptiles amphibians coyotes rubiits bears.
    2-The channels,trophic,cascade,less erosion.
    3-

  17. 1. Wolves, songbirds, migratory birds, beavers, muscrats, ducks, fishes, coyotes, rabbits, mice began, hawks, foxes, badgers, ravens, bald eagles, bears, reptiles, amphibians.

    2. Rivers, trophic cascade, less erosion, soil erosion, valleys.

    3. Aspen, willow, cottonwood, berries.

    4. A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    5. The Yellowstone National Park is in the United States.

    6. Wolves were reintroduced in Yellowstone National Park in 1995.

  18. 1.fish,foxes,bears,reptiles,wolves,coyotes,rubbist,ducks

    2.waterfall,river,channels,

    5.In U.S.A

    6.In 1995

  19. 1 rabbits, mice, hawks, wealses, foxes, badgers, parens, wolf, deer, beavers, dams, ducks, bears, songbirds, birds

    2 pools, river, valleys, forest, cascades, gorges

    3 berries, cotton wood, willow,aspen

    4 A trophic cascade is an ecological process wich stars at the top of food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    5 The Yellow Stone are in United States

    6 The wolfs were reintroduce in 1995

    7

  20. 1.

    1Wolves
    2 Bears
    3Ducks
    4Amphibians
    5Coyotes
    6foxes
    7Muscrats
    8Rabbits
    9Fish
    10Mice
    11Birds
    12Wealses
    13deer
    14Wildife
    15Badgers

    2.
    River,trophic cascade,channels,ecosystem,valleys,forest

    3.
    willow,cotton wood,aspen,berries

    4.The trophic cascade is an ecologial process wich starts at the top of food chain and tumbles all way down to the bottom.

    5.The Yellow Stone Park is in US

    6.The wolves reintroducen in 1995

    7.

    • 8Moito máis sigificativo, cambiaron radicalmente o comportamento dos cervos.

      9.En algunhas áreas a altura dos árbores qintuplicouse en só seis anos.

      10.Os castores,como lobos, son inxenieiros do ecosistema

  21. 1. wolves. deer, hamster, ducks, foxes, badgers, rubbits, mice began, bears, hawks, fish, beavers, reptiles, muscrats, coyotes
    2. river, yellow stone, the channels, vave balley,less erosion
    3. aspen and willow and cottonwood
    4. a trophic cascade is a ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down ti the botton
    6. Wolves were reintriduced in 1995

  22. Exercise 1: beavers, muscrats, ducks, reptiles, wolves, bears, foxes, deer, niches, rabbits, amphibians, fish, mice hamks,clams.
    Exercise 2: river, cascade, less, erosion, trophic.
    Exercise 3: willow, cotton wood
    Exercise 4: a trophic cascade is a ecological procces wich start at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the botton.
    Exercise 5: the Yellowstone National Park are in United States of America.
    Exercise 6: wolves are reintroduced in Yellowstone in 1995.
    Exercise 7: wolves was absent for 70 years.

  23. EXERCISE 1
    wolves, deer, beavers, ducks, fish, mice, hawks, wealses, foxes, bagders, rabbits, ravens, anphibians, reptiles, birds, songbirds, muskrat, coyotes

    EXERCISE 2
    rivers, forest, valleys, pools, cascades, gorges

    EXERCISE 3
    cotton wood, bearries, willow, aspen

    EXERCISE 4
    ia an ecological process witch starts at the top of food chain and tumbles all the way down to the botton.

    EXERCISE 5
    Is a trophy cascade

    EXERCISE 6
    wolves were reintroduced in 1995

    EXERCISE 7
    wolves were absent before seventy years

  24. 1. Fish, ducks, wolfs, reptils, bear, deers, rabbits,foxes,beavers and more diferents animals.

    2. Waterfalls, forests, trees, is a ecological process in the natural park of Yellowstone.

  25. 1º Ducks,foxes,rabbits,coyotes,hawks,wesels,badgers,fish
    2º River,tropic cascade
    3ºWillow,aspen,cottonwood

  26. 1.Foxe ,ducks,rabbits,coyotes,wealses,hawks,,wesels,badgers,fish.

    2. River, tropic cascade,balle

    3.willow,aspen,cottonwood

    4.Tropic cascade is a ecologinprocess which stars at the top of the food chain and tumbles

  27. 1- wolves, birds, beavers, coyotes rabbits, hamsters, weasels, foxes, badgers, ravens, eagles, bears, ducks, auks and deer .
    2-cascade, forest, rivers, land and valley.
    3-willow, aspes, cottonwood.

  28. Exercise 1:
    Coyote, ducks, foxes, bears, fish, muscrats, amphibians, deer, mices, weasels, rabbits, hawks, badgers, reptiles, crows..
    Exercise 2:
    Trophic cascade, rivers, soil erosion, valleys, less erosion.
    Exercise 3:
    Cotton wood, Willow, and Berries.
    Exercise 4:
    Trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain.
    Exercise 5:
    The Yellowstone National Park is in Wyoming, United States.
    Exercise 6:
    United States when wolves were reintroduced in 1995.
    Exercise 7:
    The wolves turned up they’d been absent for 70 years.

  29. 1-Wolves, birds, beavers, muscrats, ducks, fish, ravens, bald eagles, coyotes, rabbits, mice, hawks, weasels, foxes and badger.
    2-Cascade, river, forest, valley and trophic.
    3-Willow, aspen, cotton and berries.
    4-A trophic cascade is a ecological processwhich starts at the top of the food chain.
    5-In United States.
    6-In 1995
    7-they´d been absent for 70 years

  30. 1-Songbirds, beavers, muscrats, mice,coyotes, began, hawks, rabbits, fishes, foxes, badger, wolves, bears, reptiles, amphibies.

    2-River, trophic, cascade, channels, valleys, forest, less erosion.

    3- Aspen, willow. Cottonwood wood

    4- A trophic cascade is an ecological process wich starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all way down to the botton.

    5- The Yellostone National Park is in the Unite States.

    6- Wolves were reintroduced in Yellostone in 1995.

    7- The wolves was absent for 70 years..

    FINISH!!

  31. 1 –>
    wolves
    birds
    fish,
    amphibians
    reptiles
    coyotes
    rabbits
    hawks
    foxes
    badgers
    ravens
    bald eagles
    bears
    muscrats
    mice

    2 –>

    rivers
    forest
    valleys
    pools
    cascades
    cascade
    river
    forest

    3 –>

    cotton wood
    willow
    aspen
    berries

    4 –>

    Trophic Cascade is the decrease of a predator’s direct prey, thus increasing the number of the next trophic level or herbivory

    5 –>

    In the Units States

    6 –>

    Were reintroduced in 1995

    7 –>

    They’d been absent for 70 year

    8 –>

    “Mucho más significantivo, cambiaron radicalmente el comportamiento de los ciervos”

    9 –>

    “En algunas áreas la altura de los árboles se quintuplicó en sólo seis años”

    10 –>

    “Los castores, como los lobos, son ingenieros del ecosistema”

  32. 1 –>
    wolves
    birds
    fish,
    amphibians
    reptiles
    coyotes
    rabbits
    hawks
    foxes
    badgers
    ravens
    bald eagles
    bears
    muscrats
    mice

    2 –>

    rivers
    forest
    valleys
    pools
    cascades
    cascade
    river
    forest

    3 –>

    cotton wood
    willow
    aspen
    berries

    4 –>

    Trophic Cascade is the decrease of a predator’s direct prey, thus increasing the number of the next trophic level or herbivory

    5 –>

    In the Units States

    6 –>

    Were reintroduced in 1995

    7 –>

    They’d been absent for 70 year

    8 –>

    “Mucho más significantivo, cambiaron radicalmente el comportamiento de los ciervos”

    9 –>

    “En algunas áreas la altura de los árboles se quintuplicó en sólo seis años”

    10 –>

    “Los castores, como los lobos, son ingenieros del ecosistema”

  33. ANIMALS
    1 → Wolves
    2 → Deers
    3 → Birds
    4 → Beavers
    5 → Ducks
    6 → Muscrats (Muskrat)
    7 → Coyote
    8 → Rabbits
    9 → Hawks
    10 → Weasels
    11 → Foxes
    12 → Badgers
    13 → Ravens
    14 → Bald eagles
    15 → Beards

    GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURES
    1 → Cascades
    2 → Valleys
    3 → Gorges
    4 → Forests
    5 → Rivers

    TYPES OF TREES OR VEGETATION
    1 → Shrubs
    2 → Willow
    3 → Cottonwood
    4 → Aspen

    TRANSLATE
    1 → Lo que es aún mucho más importante, cambiaron por completo la conducta de los ciervos.
    2 → En algunas áreas, la altura de los árboles se ha quintuplicado en solo seis años.
    3 → As lontras, como os lobos, son modificadores dos ecosistemas.

  34. (1) – Write fifteen animals mentioned in the video
    Wolves
    Bears
    Moose
    Buffalo
    Birds
    Otters
    Ducks
    Fish
    Reptiles
    Amphibians
    Coyotes
    Rabbit
    Mice
    Hawls
    Weasels
    Fox
    Badgers
    Eagles

    (2)- Write five geographical features mentioned in the video.
    Rivers
    Meanders
    Channel
    Pool
    Forest
    Banks
    Vegetation
    Valley
    Erosion
    Ecosystem

    (3) – Write four types of trees and vegetation mentioned in the video

    Willow
    Cottonwood
    Berries
    Shrubs

    (4)- What is a trophic cascade?
    The trophic cascade is an ecoligical process

    (5)- Where is Yellowstone National Park?

    (6)- When were wolves reintroduced in Yellowstone?

    (7)- How long have wolves been absent before they were reintroduced?

    3rd AND 4rth ESO STUDENTS

    Translate into Galician or Spanish the following expressions:

    (8)- “Much more significantily, they radically changed the behaviour of the deer”

    (9)- “In some areas the height of the trees quintupled in just six years”

    (10)- “Beavers, like wolves, are ecosystem engineers”

  35. ANIMALS
    1 → Wolves
    2 → Deers
    3 → Birds
    4 → Beavers
    5 → Ducks
    6 → Muscrats (Muskrat)
    7 → Coyote
    8 → Rabbits
    9 → Hawks
    10 → Weasels
    11 → Foxes
    12 → Badgers
    13 → Ravens
    14 → Bald eagles
    15 → Beards

    GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURES
    1 → Cascades
    2 → Valleys
    3 → Gorges
    4 → Forests
    5 → Rivers

    TYPES OF TREES OR VEGETATION
    1 → Shrubs
    2 → Willow
    3 → Cottonwood
    4 → Aspen

    TRANSLATE
    1 → Lo que es aún mucho más importante, cambiaron por completo la conducta de los ciervos.
    2 → En algunas áreas, la altura de los árboles se ha quintuplicado en solo seis años.
    3 → As lontras, como os lobos, son modificadores dos ecosistemas.

  36. Exercise 1. Mice, birds, muscrats, deer, ducks, otters, fish, coyotes, rabbits, wolves,

    Wolves, dsongbirds, beavers, reptile, amphibians,

    Exercise 2. Rivers, forest, valleys, pools, cascades, gorges Trophic cascade.

    Exercise 3. Willow, aspen, berries and cotton.

    Exercise 4. A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    Exercise 5. Is in States unites

    Exercise 6. The wolves reintroducen in 1995

    Exercise 7. The wolves been absent before they were reintroduced in 123 years.

    Exercise 8. Cambiaron los comportamientos de los ciervos

    Exercise 9. En algunas áreas los árbores se quintuplicaron en unos años.

    Exercise 10. Los castores, y los lobos, le gusta ser ingeniosos en el ecosistema.

  37. Exercise 1. Mice, birds, muscrats, deer, ducks, otters, fish, coyotes, rabbits, wolves,

    Wolves, dsongbirds, beavers, reptile, amphibians,

    Exercise 2. Rivers, forest, valleys, pools, cascades, gorges Trophic cascade.

    Exercise 3. Willow, aspen, berries and cotton.

    Exercise 4. A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    Exercise 5. Is in States unites

    Exercise 6. The wolves reintroducen in 1995

    Exercise 7. The wolves been absent before they were reintroduced in 123 years.

    Exercise 8. Cambiaron los comportamientos de los ciervos

    Exercise 9. En algunas áreas los árbores se quintuplicaron en unos años.

    Exercise 10. Los castores, y los lobos, le gusta ser ingeniosos en el ecosistema.

  38. 1. Wolves, eagles, reptiles, bears, mouses, rabbits, foxes, amphibies, deers, skunk, birds, beavers, duks, fish, coyotes.

  39. 1:Rabbits,wolves,bear, deer, bison, birds, beavers, coyotes, mouse, eagle, foxes, badgers, ravens, duck, muskrat.

    2:rivers, cascade, mountains, valleys, forest.

    3: aspen, willow, bush, cottonwood.

    4: A trophic cascade is an ecogical process which starts at the top of the food chain

    5: In the United States.

    6: The wolves were reintroduced in 1995

    7: The wolves were absent for 70 years.

    8: Mucho más significativo,cambiaron radicalmente el comportamiento de los ciervos.

    9:En algunas áreas la altura de los árboles se quintuplicó en sólo seis años

    10:Los castores, como lobos, son ingenieros del ecosistema.

  40. 1:Rabbits,wolves,bear, deer, bison, birds, beavers, coyotes, mouse, eagle, foxes, badgers, ravens, duck, muskrat.

    2:rivers, cascade, mountains, valleys, forest.

    3: aspen, willow, bush, cottonwood.

    4: A trophic cascade is an ecogical process which starts at the top of the food chain

    5: In the United States.

    6: The wolves were reintroduced in 1995

    7: The wolves were absent for 70 years.

    8: Mucho más significativo,cambiaron radicalmente el comportamiento de los ciervos.

    9:En algunas áreas la altura de los árboles se quintuplicó en sólo seis años

    10:Los castores, como lobos, son ingenieros del ecosistema.

  41. 1:Rabbits,wolves,bear, deer, bison, birds, beavers, coyotes, mouse, eagle, foxes, badgers, ravens, duck, muskrat.

    2:rivers, cascade, mountains, valleys, forest.

    3: aspen, willow, bush, cottonwood.

    4: A trophic cascade is an ecogical process which starts at the top of the food chain

    5: In the United States.

    6: The wolves were reintroduced in 1995

    7: The wolves were absent for 70 years.

    8: Mucho más significativo,cambiaron radicalmente el comportamiento de los ciervos.

    9:En algunas áreas la altura de los árboles se quintuplicó en sólo seis años

    10:Los castores, como lobos, son ingenieros del ecosistema.

  42. 1:Rabbits,wolves,bear, deer, bison, birds, beavers, coyotes, mouse, eagle, foxes, badgers, ravens, duck, muskrat.

    2:rivers, cascade, mountains, valleys, forest.

    3: aspen, willow, bush, cottonwood.

    4: A trophic cascade is an ecogical process which starts at the top of the food chain

    5: In the United States.

    6: The wolves were reintroduced in 1995

    7: The wolves were absent for 70 years.

    8: Mucho más significativo,cambiaron radicalmente el comportamiento de los ciervos.

    9:En algunas áreas la altura de los árboles se quintuplicó en sólo seis años

    10:Los castores, como lobos, son ingenieros del ecosistema.

  43. 1) wolves
    humans
    deer
    birds
    beaver
    muscrats
    ducks
    fish
    badgers
    raven
    coyotes
    rabbits
    mice began
    weasels
    hawk

    2)river
    forest
    valley
    gorges

    3)cottonwood
    willow
    aspen
    shrubs

    4) A trophic cascade is an ecologial process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down the bottom.

    5) Yellowstone Netional Park is in the United States

    6) The wolves were introducted in Yellowstone in 1995.

    7) The wolves have been absent during 70 years.

    9) En algúns lugares a altura das árbores multiplicouse por cinco en só seis anos.

    10) Os castores, como os lobos, son inxeñeiros do ecosistema.

  44. 1)Wolves,deer
    2)
    3)
    4)A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles al the way down to the bottom.
    5)The Yellowstone National Park is in the United States
    6)The wolves are reintroduced in 1995.
    7)The wolves have been absent for 70 years

  45. 1)Wolves,deer
    2)
    3)
    4)A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles al the way down to the bottom.
    5)The Yellowstone National Park is in the United States
    6)The wolves are reintroduced in 1995.
    7)The wolves have been absent for 70 years

  46. Nº1

    1-Deer
    2-Birds
    3-Beavers
    4-Ducks
    5-Muscrats
    6-Fish
    7-Reptils
    8-Amphibians
    9-Coyotes
    10-Rabbits
    11-Mice
    12-Hawks
    13-Foxes
    14-Weasels
    15-Badgers

    Nº2
    1-
    2-Valley
    3-River
    4-Forest
    5-Gorges

    Nº3
    1-Shrubs
    2-

  47. (1) –
    Wolves,birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles, coyotes, rabbits, hawks, foxes, badgers, ravens, bald eagles, bears, muscrats, mice.

    (2)-
    Valleys, forest, rivers,gorges, cascade.

    (3) –
    forest, willow, cotton.

    (4)-
    A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    (5)-
    United States

    (6)-
    In 1995

    (7)-
    For 70 years
    (8)-
    En algunas áreas los árbores se quintuplicaron en unos años.

    (9)-
    En algunas áreas los árbores se quintuplicaron en seis años.

    (10)-
    Los castores, y los lobos, le gusta ser ingeniosos en el ecosistema.

  48. 1. Beavers, fish, muscrats, ducks, reptiles, amphibians, wolves, wolves killed coyotes, rubbits, mice, weasels, foxes, badgers, bears, hawks.

    2. river, trophic cascade, less erosion, The channels,

    3. forest, willow, cotton.

    4. A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    5. Yellowstone National Park is a national park located in the United States, principally in the state of Wyoming.

    6. Wolves were reintroduced in 1995

    7. For 70 years

    8. En algunas áreas los árboles se quintuplicaron en unos años.

    9.En algunas áreas los árboles se quintuplicaron en seis años.

    10.Los castores, y los lobos, le gusta ser ingeniosos en el ecosistema.

  49. 1)
    Wolves,deer,beavers,muscrats,ducks,coyotes,rabbits,mice,hawks,weasel,foxes,badgers,ravens,eagles,bears.
    2)
    valleys, gorges, forest, trees,river.
    3)
    willows, aspen, cottonwood, berries.
    4)
    A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.
    5)
    The Yellowstone National Park is in United States.
    6)
    The wolves were reintroduced in Yellowstono in 1995.
    7)
    The wolves have been absent for 70 years.
    8)
    Moito máis importante, cambiaron radicalmente o comportamento dos cervos.
    9)
    Nalgunhas zonas, a altura dos arbores quintúplicouse en só seis anos.
    10)
    Castores, como lobos, son inxenieros do ecosistema.

  50. 3-,high trees, cottonwodd, forest, berries.
    4-A thopic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all them way down to the bottom.
    5- Yellowstone National Park is a national park located in the United States.
    6-The wolves introduced in the Yellowstone National Park in 1995.
    7-The wolves reintroduced 70 years after.
    8-Mucho más significante cambiaron radicalmente el comportamiento de los ciervos.
    9-En algunas áreas la altura de los árboles se quintuplicó en sólo seis años.
    10-Los castores y los lobos, son ingenieros en el ecosistema.

  51. 1-Wolves,deer,birds,songbirds,migratory bidrs,beavers,muscrats,ducks,otters,fish,reptiles,amphibians,coyotes,rabbits,mice.
    2-The valleys,the gorges,the rivers,the forest,less erosion
    3-aspen, willow, cottowood, shrub
    4-A trophic cascade is an ecological process whichatairs at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.
    5-The Yellowstone National Park it is in Wyoming, United States.
    6-In 1995
    7-For 70 years
    8- Es mucho mas significante, cambiaron los comportamientos de los ciervos
    9-En algunas áreas los árbores se quintuplicaron en unos años.
    10-Castores,los lobos,son de lo mas importante en un ecosistema.

  52. 1.fish,foxes,bears,reptiles,wolves,coyotes,rubbist,ducks,beavers,adgers

    2.waterfall,river,channels,trophic,

    3.cotton,forest,cotton

    4.a trophic waterfallis an ecological process

    5.In U.S.A

    6.In 1995

    7.70 years

  53. (1) – Write fifteen animals mentioned in the video

    1-Wolves
    2-Deer
    3-Beavers
    4-Duck
    5-Coyotes
    6-Rabbits
    7-Mice
    8-Hawks
    9-Weasels
    10-Foxes
    11-Badgers
    12-Eagles
    13-Bears
    14-Amphibiams
    15-SongBirds

    (2)- Write five geographical features mentioned in the video

    1-Gorges
    2-Meanders
    3-Channels
    4-Pools
    5-Rivers

    (3) – Write four types of trees and vegetation mentioned in the video

    1- Aspen
    2-Willow
    3-Cottonwood
    4-Shrubs
    5-Pine-tree

    (4)- What is a trophic cascade?

    A Trophic Cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain

    (5)- Where is Yellowstone National Park?

    Yellowstone National Park was United States.

    (6)- When were wolves reintroduced in Yellowstone?

    Wolves were reintroduced in 1995.

    (7)- How long have wolves been absent before they were reintroduced?

    They´d been absent for 70 years.

    Translate into Galician or Spanish the following expressions:

    (8)- “Much more significantily, they radically changed the behaviour of the deer”

    -O cambio mais significativo, foi o comportamento dos cervos.

    (9)- “In some areas the height of the trees quintupled in just six years”

    -Nalgúns lugares o tamaño das árbores multiplicouse por cinco en só seis anos.

    (10)- “Beavers, like wolves, are ecosystem engineers”

    -Os castores da mesma maneira que os lobos son enxeñeiros do ecosistema.

    • 1.Wolves, deer, coyotes, mice, rabbit, hawks, weasel, foxes, badgers,crows, eagles, ducks, amphibian, fish, bears

      2.Valleys, forest, lakes, rivers, cascades.

      3. Aspen, willow, berries, cotton wood

      4. A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the botton.

      5. In United States.

      6. Wolves were reintroduced in Yellowstone National Park in 1995.

      7. Wolves was absent for 70 years.

  54. 8. En algunas áreas los árboles se quintuplicaron en unos años.

    9.En algunas áreas los árboles se quintuplicaron en seis años.

    10.Los castores, y los lobos, le gusta ser ingeniosos en el ecosistema.

  55. 1)deer,migratory birds,songbirds,beavers,ducks,coyotes,rabbits,howks,weasels,muscrats,reptiles,foxes,badgers,bald eagles,bears.

    2)valleys,rivers,dams,riffles,gorges.

    3)aspen,willow,cottonwood,berries,shirbs.

    4)A trophic cascade is an ecology process wich starts at he top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    5)Wolfes be reintroduced in 1995

    5)They’d been absent for 70 years

  56. (1) Wolves,songbirds,migratory birds,beavers,muscrats,ducks,fishes,coyotes,rabbits,mice began,hawks,foxes,badgers,ravens,bald eagles,reptiles and amphibians.

    (2) Rivers,trophic cascade,less erosion,soil erosion,valleys.

    (3) Aspen,willow,cottonwood,berries.

    (4) A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    (5) The Yellowstone National Park is in the United States.

    (6) Wolves were reintroduced in 1995

    (7) For 70 years

  57. Exercise 1: Beavers, hawks, reptiles, coyotes, rubbits, wolves, migratory birds, muscrats, ravens, foxes, beards, ofter, fox, skunk, duck.

    Exercise 2: Cascade, valley, forest, dams, gorges.

    Exercise 3: Willow, shrub, berries, shirbs.

    Exercise 4: Trophic Cascade is the decrease of a depredator’s direct prey.

    Exercise 5: Yellow National Park was established in 1872 and is the firs national park in the United States.

    Exercise 6: In 1995.

    Exercise 7: 70 years.

  58. 1.Wolves,birds,foxes,deers,beavers,ottens,duks,muscants,crows,badgers,eagles,calves,coyotes,
    reptiles,fishes and waesels.

    2.Trees,forests,poplars,willows,berries and bushes.

    3.Rives,valleys,quick and gorges.

  59. 1.Wolves,deer,beavers,duck,coyotes,rabbits,mice,hawks,weasels,foxes,badgers,eagles,bears,amphibian,songbirds

    2.Valleys,gorges,forest,treer,river

    3.Aspen,willox,cotonwood,berries

  60. (1) – Deer, wolves, muskrat, songbirds, eagles, rabbits, birds, beaver, ducks, fich, coyotes, mice, hawk, weasel, foxes, badger, bear, calves, raven, fish, reptiles, amphibians

    (2)- Trophic cascade, valley, gorges, rivers

    (3) – Aspen, willow, cottowood, shrub

    (4)- Trophic Cascade is the decrease of a predator’s direct prey, thus increasing the number of the next trophic level or herbivory (the prey’s prey).

    (5)- Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 and is the first national park in the United States. Located in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, hosts a variety of wildlife such as grizzly bears, wolves, bison and elk. Within Yellowstone National Park also preserves the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Old Faithful (Old Faithful) and the collection of geysers and hot springs in the world awesome.

    (6)- Wolves were reintroduced in 1995.

    (7)- They´d been absent for 70 years.

    (8)- Mucho más significativo,cambiaron radicalmente el comportamiento de los ciervos.

    (9)- En algunas áreas la altura de los árboles se quintuplicó en sólo seis años.

    (10)- Los castores, como lobos, son ingenieros del ecosistema.

  61. 1 rabbits, mice, hawks, wealses, foxes, badgers, parens, wolf, deer, beavers, dams, ducks, bears, songbirds, birds

    2 pools, river, valleys, forest, cascades, gorges

    3 berries, cotton wood, willow,aspen

    4 A trophic cascade is an ecological process wich stars at the top of food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    5 The Yellow Stone are in United States

    6 The wolfs were reintroduce in 1995

    7 123 years

  62. 1)wolf,deer,bird,beavers,otter,muscrat,duck,fish,reptil,amphibians,coyotes,rabbit,mouse,fox,hawk

    2)valleys,gorges,rivers,forests,cascades.

    3)poplars ,willow,shruberry,berries.

  63. 1-deer,beavers,duck,coyotes,rabbits,mice,badgers,bears,eagles,foxes,hauks,fish,muscrats,weasels and raven.
    2-the balleys,the rivers,the goges,the forest and the channels maroked.
    3-the aspend,the cottonwodd,the willow and the shrub.
    4-tropic cascade is the dure are of a predator,s diree prey,thus creasing the number of the nex tropic or herbivory.
    5-in the unit states
    6-wolves reintroduced in 1995.
    7-the wolves were absent for 70 years.

  64. 1:1.wolf,2.deer,3.birds,4.beavers,5.otters,6.muscrast,7.ducks,8.fish,9.reptiles,10.amphibians,11.coyotes,12.rabbit,13.mouses,14.foxes,15.howks,16.hawks,17.weasels,18.badgers19.ravens 20. bald eagles,21.bears

    2.valleys,gorges,rivers,forests and trophic cascades

    3.parlars,willaws,bush and berries

  65. 1.Wolf,birds,,muscrats,ducks,fish,deer,beawers,otters,amphibiais,coyotes,reptiles,rabbit,mouses,howks,calves,foxes.

    2.Rivers,valleys,gorges,waterfalls,forests.

    3.Poplars,bush,berries,willows.

  66. EXERCICE 1:wolf, beaver, otters, ducks, muscrats, fish, hawks, rabbits, mousses, badger, aegyptus, foxes, eagles, weasels and deer

  67. 1-wolf,deer,birds,beawers,fish,reptiles,amphibians,coyotes,otters,muscrats,ducks,rabbit,mouses,foxes,howks,calves
    2-Valleys,gorges,rivers,forests,waterfalls
    3-Willows,poplars,berries,bush

  68. 1- Wolf,deer,beaver,otters,muscrats,duks,coyotes,rabbits,began,hawks,weasels,foxes,badgers,rawens,bears

  69. 1- Wolves , birds , beavers, otters , ducks , fish , coyotes , rabbits , mice began , hawks , weasels , foxes , badgers , ravens

  70. 1. Wolves, songbirds, migratory birds, beavers, muscrats, ducks, fishes, coyotes, rabbits, mice began, hawks, foxes, badgers, ravens, bald eagles, bears, reptiles, amphibians.

    2. Rivers, trophic cascade, less erosion, soil erosion, valleys.

    3. Aspen, willow, cottonwood, berries.

    4. A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.

    5. The Yellowstone National Park is in the United States.

    6. Wolves were reintroduced in Yellowstone National Park in 1995.

    7. They’d been absent for 70 years.

    8. Moito máis importante, mudaron radicalmente o comportamento dos cervos.

    9. Nalgunhas zonas, a altura das árbores quintuplicouse en só seis anos.

    10. Os castores, como os lobos, son inxenieiros do ecosistema.

  71. EXERCICE 2
    Rivers, waterfalls, valleys, backwoods, gorges

    EXERCICE 3
    Bush, poplars, berries, willows

  72. 1- Wolf,deer,beaver,otters,muscrats,diks,coyotes,rabbits,began,hawks,weasels,foxes,badgers,rawens,bears.

    2-Gorges,forests,rivers,valleys,waterfalls.

    3- Bush,willows,poplars,berries.

  73. EXERCICE 1:wolves,birds,fish,,amphibians,reptiles,coyotes,rabbits,hawks,foxes,badgers,ravens
    bald,eagles,deer,weasesl.
    EXERCICE 2:Gorges, cascade,Channels,Pool,Rivers
    EXERCICE 3:,high trees, cottonwodd, forest,berries
    EXERCICE 4:A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom.
    EXERCICE 5:The Yellowstone National Park is in United States.
    EXERCICE 6:The wolves were reintroduced in Yellowstono in 1995.
    EXERCICE 7:The wolves have been absent for 70 years
    EXERCICE 8:Moito máis importante, cambiaron radicalmente o comportamento dos cervos.
    EXERCICE 9:Nalgúns lugares o tamaño das árbores multiplicouse por cinco en só seis anos.
    EXERCICE 10:Os castores e os lobos, son inxenieros no ecosistema.

  74. 5) Is in States unites
    6) Wolves were reintroduced in Yellowstone National Park in 1995.
    7) 123 years
    8)O cambio mais significativo, foi o comportamento dos cervos.
    9) En algunas áreas la altura de los árboles se quintuplicó en sólo seis años
    10) los lobos y los castores son de lo mas importante en un ecosistema.

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