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Eat or be eaten
Humans may be the greatest threat to wildlife, but animals must still contend with each other for survival
Extraordinary animal adaptations are explored during this fearless search into the different ways animals obtain food – and avoid becoming food themselves.
Animals are equipped with a staggering array of physical features and behavioural strategies to source food and evade capture in the wild. A zoo educator will help students learn how animals are classified, identify threats and protect themselves. Close observation and interaction with animals allows students to analyse how animal features enable wildlife to adapt in the ongoing fight for survival.
Eat or be Eaten addresses AusVELS levels 7-10 standards. It supports the cross-curriculum priorities of Sustainability and addresses achievements in the domains of Science, Interpersonal Development, Personal Learning, Civics and Citizenship, English, Humanities, Communication and Thinking Processes.