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By creating and designing a new species, students learn how animals are adapted to survive in particular habitats.

Students will learn about how different species are adapted to move successfully through different habitat types. 

Challenge students to become ‘species experts’ for an endangered species and explore biogeography concepts using species... see more

Explore the importance of biodiversity and how observing variation in the beak shape of Galapagos finches helped Darwin... see more

Working in medical teams, students balance competing priorities for the conservation of an endangered species and devise... see more

Students will explore the impacts that invasive species may have on native species and habitats, and will investigate... see more

Explore the array of senses used by nocturnal animals to find their way around their habitat in the dark.

Combining skills in mathematics and art, students will learn about species heights and lengths while practicing... see more

Explore the life cycles of a variety of species groups, from plants and mammals to amphibians and reptiles, and... see more

Students engage in a hands-on, active lesson about food chains in a marine environment, predator‐prey relationships and... see more

Guess Zoo is a fun animal guessing game that can be used to introduce or support several lesson themes, for example... see more

Students will learn about how different animals and plants are adapted to surviving in arid habitats. Students will... see more

Students explore why animals communicate with one another and the different methods used. Students develop key science... see more

Students explore the different survival strategies animals in temperate regions employ in order to survive through the... see more

By researching, scripting and presenting their own news bulletin students learn about species and conservation issues in... see more

Through an exploration of endangered species and conservation issues, students are transformed into ‘endangered species... see more

After learning about endangered species and conservation, students design and create a museum exhibit sharing their... see more

Following an exploration of endangered species and conservation issues, students develop their understanding of key... see more

Explore the importance of biodiversity and how observing variation in the beak shape of Galapagos finches helped Darwin... see more

Students learn about why we classify species and the key characteristics of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish... see more

An introduction to the four observations and two deductions that led Charles Darwin to form his theory of evolution.

Learn more about species variation and the use of identification keys by scientists.

By designing a conservation programme, students learn about the importance of biodiversity as well as the economic... see more

Get crafty this Easter with our hands-on Endangered Animal Easter Egg activity. Using ARKive’s vast treasury of images... see more