The base model of a simple ecosystem with rabbits, grass, and mountain lions has been extended here to show how to change the behavior of the predator and prey. The count of lions has also been added to the graph. If the opposite breed is not nearby, the lions and rabbits wiggle slowly and randomly, losing energy at each step. If the lion is close to a rabbit, it will chase the rabbit and the rabbit will run away. Each breed moves faster in this procedure than in the simple wiggle, and loses more energy. Here, the model gives the lions a slight advantage in speed, and the rabbits a slight advantage in detecting lions. How might this affect the model?