Identify | Hypothesis | Procedure | Collect | Analyze Data | Conclusion | Presentation
Your conclusion should summarize the results of your experiment and show how these results relate to your hypothesis. Does the experiment answer your research question? If your results were different from your hypothesis, provide some possible reasons.
Critically evaluate your results and compare them to other studies or to your research of existing literature. What would you change in your research? Was there variability? How could you further test your hypothesis? Is there a new question that now should be addressed? Could this knowledge be shared with the community to enhance their knowledge of the local habitat and its biodiversity?
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