Friday, April 1, 2011

Fake lizard. Will it fool anyone?

This clay lizard will help us learn what selection pressures the brown anole faces in different environments. It will get attacked and we will identify and count the bite marks to learn about selection pressures.


  1. Noe 2nd period said....
    Do you chose the spot to put the lizard or you just put them ramdomly?

  2. katherine larco period 3April 11, 2011 at 8:01 AM

    this lizard looks really real, does it make an effect on the predators biting the lizard?
    would you have the same results for the clay lizards and the real lizards or would it be the same?
    can the different colors of the lizard attract different kind of predators? or the color does not matter when it comes to attracting the predators?

  3. Cong Deng from ZoologyApril 11, 2011 at 8:13 AM

    this one looks like real lizard! what is the eye made of?

    also, i have a question, are lizards color blind? or can they see the color?

    onther question, in the fake lizards you made so far, how many fake female and male lizard? how many are red or gray?

  4. Gabriela CastilloApril 11, 2011 at 8:17 AM

    Where do you place the fake lizards? and why in that specific spot....i'm lost why do you guys place fake lizards??

  5. Cherish P. JacksonApril 11, 2011 at 8:18 AM

    I would be fooled by this. Have you ever stumbled upon this and thought it were a real lizard yourself?

  6. Cherish P. JacksonApril 11, 2011 at 8:20 AM

    Have you stepped on any of the fake lizards yet?

  7. Selena Romero.

    Well when I first saw this picture, I was very fooled by it. & well if i was a lizard or another type of animal I'll be very fooled by it too. Think that's why an animal attack one of the fake clay lizards and thats why its in two piece.

  8. Wow! They actually look real. Did you find the answer to your question? How many "died"?

  9. They look real thats a really good idea . how many have died in total ?