Tag: Biology

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A small brown ball covered in leaves - you can just see the inside, which looks soft and fluffy.

A Springtime Walk: Exploring our Natural Environment

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Curator of Natural Sciences Rebecca Machin takes us on a walking tour to explore the delicate balance of springtime, in light of the "For All Seasons" exhibition at Leeds City Museum.

Workshops

Several flamingos standing in a group

Virtual Classroom Workshop: Habitats

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Pupils explore the rainforest, grasslands, and aquatic habitats. What are they like and how do the animals survive there?
An imperial pigeon from the breast upwards

Virtual Classroom Workshop: Classification

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Pupils become ‘mini-zoologists’ during this session as we explore how animals can be grouped by their characteristics.
A tapir eating a watermelon

Virtual Classroom Workshop: Who eats who?

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Pupils discover the reasons animals need to eat and the difference between herbivores, carnivores and omnivores.
Capybara at Wildlife World

Virtual Classroom Workshop: Animal Adaptations

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Discover how animals are adapted to increase their chances of survival, through behavioural or physical/anatomical traits.

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