Virtual Classroom: Antipredator Adaptations

In another installment of the UGA Costa Rica Virtual Classroom series, one of our resident naturalists, Katie Lutz, talks about how living things develop adaptations, or defense mechanisms, to avoid predators.

Video: Kristy L. Densmore, photojournalism intern

Information sources:

A Neotropical Companion. Second Edition. By John Kricher. 1999. Pg 77-83; 390-395.

Costa Rican Natural History. Edited By Daniel H. Janzen. 1983. Pg 409-410.

Additional photo credits:

Green tree anole (green): Russ Kumai

Green tree anole (red): Russ Kumai

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