owl pellet lab - Lab report 1 A owl eats 3 times a day 2 D...

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Lab report 1. A owl eats 3 times a day. 2. D because it’s the smallest predator 3. To provide it with enough food Species Number of Skulls Number of Jaws Number of Pelvis’s Estimated # of animals Rodent 3 5 4 3 4 OWL PELLET PREY ANALYSIS DATA CHART
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Unformatted text preview: Prey Mean Mass (g) Conversio n Factor Frequen cy Found Percen t of Diet Biomas s Units Percent of Biomass Vole 40 2 Mouse 20 1 Mole 55 2.75 Shrew 5 .25 Rat 240 12 Small Bird 40 2 Totals 100% 100%...
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  • Fall '15
  • Ingles
  • Statistics, Mouse, Rodent, OWL

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