Learning Object Details - Surviving in a habitat

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Description Work through a series of four learning objects about ecology. Explore a range of habitats to find out why particular plants and animals live there. Identify which features make them well suited to survive and reproduce in an environment. Consider how plants and animals fit in with other species as well as physical factors such as protection from weather. 1. Animals in a rainforest. 2. Animals in a billabong. 3. Platypuses near a stream. 4. Plants in mangrove swamps, cool rainforest, mountain slopes and arid land. Look up further information and answer questions.
Stages 2
Topics Ants , Biodiversity , Brushtail possums , Cats , Deforestation , Ecology , Endangered animals , Habitats , Nocturnal animals , Owls , Rainforests , Snakes , Surveys , Wallabies , Wildlife conservation , Animal behaviour , Animals , Birds , Carnivores , Crocodiles , Ecosystems , Fish , Food chains , Food webs , Freshwater ecology , Herbivores , Nutrition , Plants , Ponds , Populations , Predator prey relationship , Rivers , Tadpoles , Baby animals , Eating , Environmental impact , Food , Platypuses , Predators , Reproductive behaviour , Seasons , Streams , Water pollution , Adaptation (Biology) , Deserts , Estuaries , Leaves , Mountains , Plant nutrients , Plant water relationship , Reproduction , Roots (Plants) , Seeds , Stems (Plants)
Learning Area Science
Strand: Science\Life and living
Skills Process Analysis , Application , Comprehension , Knowledge
Student Activity Interactives , Experiment , Analysis , Modelling
Operating System MacOS (X) , MS-Windows (2000)
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