Year 5 & 6
Science - Biological Sciences
Facilitated by museum staff
60 minutes per session, rotations for large groups will require a reset period.
Book in for our facilitated school program Extreme Adaptations where students explore how animals and plants have adapted to live in natural environments.
This facilitated school program introduces students to a variety of natural environments, including the deep sea, mangroves and rainforest. Here, students will discover some of the unique and fascinating animals and plants that have adapted to call these places home. Students will then work collaboratively, using their creativity and knowledge of these adaptations, to design a new species and present it to the group.
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