This Instructional Activity is a part of the Lesson 4, Unit 1, Grade 7. In this activity, students use what they know about corresponding lengths and angles to show that one picture of a bird is not a scaled copy of the other. Unlike in previous tasks, minimal scaffolding is given here, so students need to decide what evidence is necessary to explain or show an absence of scaling. As students work, notice the different ways students use corresponding lengths and angles to think about scaling. Identifying a specific measurement in one image and the corresponding measurements in the other (which show that one is not a scaled copy of the other) requires thinking about the structure of the pictures.