From Wakanda to the Muppets, tiny squid and boring amphipods, the marine world got a whole bunch of amazing species added to its library in 2019.
Teach students in years 3, 5, 7, and 10 studying Biological Science about features and adaptations of living things using this fascinating article about the top marine species found last year.
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Years: 3, 5, 7, 10
Watch a summary of this article from our very own, Dr Ben Lewis, as he tells us about what he’s learnt today.
What did you learn today?
It is important to keep learning and stay curious event whilst on lockdown so we want to hear what you’ve been learning about, whether during self-isolation or otherwise.
This is a great way for parents and teachers to check the success of the teaching each day and to track and record learning over time on so we strongly recommend you give it a go!