By Robert Gardner
Can you construct a chicken feeder that retains squirrels out? the place do earthworms wish to reside? Does colour have an effect on human feelings? study the solutions to those questions and extra with the thrill experiments during this publication. younger scientists will become aware of and discover behaviors of animals' interactions with environments. Many experiments comprise principles you should use to your technology reasonable.
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The images appear on a screen similar to a small television screen. A movie camera can be used to take pictures of the screen every 1/24 second. Payne found that in darkness the owl flapped its wings several times, flew more slowly than in light, and swung its feet back and forth as it moved. Payne reasoned that the owl on its perch hears the sound coming along a different path than the path its feet must follow to reach the mouse. Figure 15a shows how the two paths differ. To place its ears and feet along the same path leading to the prey, the owl leans forward to hear the sound.
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About the Authors ROBERT GARDNER is a retired high school teacher of physics, chemistry, and physical science. DAVID WEBSTER taught elementary and middle school science. KENNETH G. RAINIS is a microbiologist and a consultant for high school and college biology textbooks. BARBARA GARDNER CONKLIN is a special education teacher. 3: How Do Feathers Maintain Their Shape? 5: How Do Spiders Use Webs to Trap Insects? 3: What Is an Owl Pellet? 1: Where Do Sow Bugs Like to Live? 2: Where Do Earthworms Like to Live?