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    Noatak

    National Preserve Alaska

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    Hoofin' It! Hard to See?

    Hoofin' It! Hard to See?

    The lesson plans in our 'Hoofin' It!' unit help students learn the basics of animal classification and what characteristics are common to mammals, mainly through studying Dall sheep. Lesson five focuses on understanding camouflage as an animal adaptation.

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    Hoofin' It! Special Parts

    Hoofin' It! Special Parts

    The lesson plans in our 'Hoofin' It!' unit help students learn the basics of animal classification and what characteristics are common to mammals, mainly through studying Dall sheep. Lesson four focuses on animal adaptations.

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    Hoofin' It! Vertebrate Mysteries

    Hoofin' It! Vertebrate Mysteries

    The lesson plans in our 'Hoofin' It!' unit help students learn the basics of animal classification and wildlife ecology by studying Dall sheep. Each lesson contains several activities. Lesson three focuses on distinctions between types of vertebrates.

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    Hoofin' It! - Vertebrate Grab Game

    Hoofin' It! - Vertebrate Grab Game

    The lesson plans in our 'Hoofin' It!' unit help students learn the basics of animal classification and what characteristics are common to mammals, mainly through studying Dall sheep. Lesson two is a game teaching students about different types of vertebrates.

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    Hoofin' It! - What Do You Know?

    Hoofin' It! - What Do You Know?

    The lesson plans in our 'Hoofin' It!' unit help students learn the basics of animal classification and what characteristics are common to mammals, mainly through studying Dall sheep. Lesson one lets students discuss what they already know about taxonomy and Dall sheep.

Did You Know?

Mountains and tundra blush with autumn colors, contrasting with the dark evergreens.

Approximately 90% (5.8 million acres) of Noatak National Preserve is designated wilderness, making it the fourth largest wilderness in the United States. It is the largest area with an indigenous name.