Wild Action Zoo visits Braemar

As a springboard into their Science topic of Animal Adaptations, our Year 6 students had the opportunity to spend eighty minutes with some very special guests last Thursday, 12 October. The team from Wild Action Zoo came to Braemar, bringing with them many and varied Australian native animals.
Kiana spoke about the adaptations these animals had made to survive in their respective environments and to enable them to find food or mates. The students asked some amazing questions and showed a real interest in the topic. The students will now move on to making their own documentaries; they will choose a particular Australian animal and outline the animal’s habitat and any adaptations it has made over time.
Thank you to the team from Wild Action Zoo and a special mention to the standout star of the show; Sebastian, the seven month old Northern Hairy Nose Wombat.

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