Zoology is technically a branch of biology only which concentrates on animals' functions, behavioral patterns, their evolution, and anatomical structure. Let's see which projects we can work on.
To conduct the experiment, gather various types of flavors like adding sweet, salty, sour, and bitter flavors in deionized water. Lay out your materials and complete the experiment to get a conclusion.
To conduct the experiment, you will need to get at least 10-12 hamsters and place them in cages in order to observe their behavioral pattern. Keep a pair of hamsters in one cage with 1 or 2 dependent variables such as feeding trays, water dispensers, and running wheels.
By providing only 1 of these variables for a pair of hamsters in 1 cage, observe if these animals become aggressive, violent, or peacefully share them among each other.
Often known as geoscience, the study of Earth science consists of everything and anything related to our planet Earth.
How does the formation of fog occur? The idea behind this experiment is to simulate fog with the help of 2 glass bottles that have a narrow top.
To conduct this experiment, get 2 bottles and fill the bottom of first bottle with cold water and the other with hot water. Now the reason here is because there are 2 different kinds of fog: advection fog (change in temperature) and radiation fog (transfer of energy in forms of waves/rays).
Next you will place an ice cube on each bottle and observe if the formation of fog occurs in any of these bottles. Record your findings and explain the reasons.
Behavioral science concentrates on human and animal activities and interactions between one another in our world. These behavioral science experiments, given below, have something to with just that.
We all perform so many tasks during the day like reading a book, magazine, or newspaper and drinking coffee or eating breakfast. So divide the class to make 2 groups, give them various activities to perform at the same time, and observe them. See what you can conclude after the experiment is over.
Now give them an hour's time and let them draw a basket filled with fruits, collection of various vases, or a portrait of some cartoon. But everyone will draw the same thing. At the end of the experiment, check which team has the maximum number of accurate drawings and conclude your hypothesis.