Mystery Science offers this activity where students develop an understanding of the predator/prey relationships between different animals, many of which can be found around their community. This resource offers 2 videos with background information along with 1 video with step by step on how to play the Eat or Be Eaten. While the game offers an engaging approach to ‘building food chain linkages’ between different animals, participants are prompted to print out 8 templates (game cards, game rules, scorecard, etc.) and encouraged to play in groups of 2 to 4, which may pose a challenge for students without peers to play with. Nonetheless, the game is hands-on and challenges students to think critically as they read animal descriptions and make linkages based on context clues.