Draft#1-Escape Mechanisms of Costa Rican Animals

This discussion topic submitted by Brian Coy ( coybe@miamioh.edu) at 4:34 pm on 3/18/00. Additions were last made on Wednesday, May 7, 2014.

Means of escaping danger is perhaps the most important action an animal can possess. Different animals rely on different means to escape similar situations safely. My goal through this project is to compare and contrast different means of survival within different animal groups. I believe this to be an interesting topic because it is beneficial for us (being the experts ecologists we are) to gain a better understanding of survival and how it varies between varying levels of the food chain. Does survival methods vary considerably between different classes? This is a primary question I have and hopefully I will be able to determine a sound answer by presentation time.


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