A shape has line symmetry when one half of it is the mirror image of the other half.
All About Symmetry
Ninja One – ‘The blue line you can see is called the Line of Symmetry’
Ninja Two – ‘The line of symmetry divides the subject into two identical pieces’
Symmetry in the Animal World
Many people see line symmetry as a thing of beauty but in the animal kingdom it is much more… it ensures species survive.
Explore Line Symmetry in the Body Shape & Colors of a Butterfly
Check Out Bi-lateral Symmetry in Insects using this Lesson
Investigate Line Symmetry as one side being the Mirror Image of the Other
& Sea Life
Analyze the Reflectional Symmetry
of Some forms of Undersea Life
What is the ‘Fold Test’? A Simple
Technique for Discovering Symmetry
What is Forehead to Chin
& Nose to Tail Symmetry?
& Line Symmetry
What are Some Reasons for
Dinosaurs having Symmetry?
& the Mega Fauna
What is Megafauna? Why might Symmetry is important to them?
Birds & Symmetry
along the Midline
What is the midline?
Why is it important to birds?
Mammals & There
Need of Symmetry
Three More Reasons Why Animals
Have an Axis of Symmetry.
Near Symmetry in
On first glance humans look very
symmetrical but not all is as it appears