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Wild Africa Cheetahs

The fastest and most endangered big cat in Africa forms for the focus of this mini- safari. We follow a ranger across the grassland expanses and learn about how all life is connected through feeding relationships.

Date TBC
  • 60 mins
  • Ages 7-11

The fastest and most endangered big cat in Africa forms for the focus of this mini- safari. We follow a ranger across the grassland expanses and learn about how all life is connected through feeding relationships. As climate change stresses the environment, how will individual animals and plants be affected? What might some of the knock-on impacts be?

Science (ages 7-11): food chains; interdependence; reproduction; human impact.

Geography (ages 7-11): location knowledge; climate zones and biomes

The learning focus for this mini safari is on feeding relationships and interdependence of species and life. The concept of food chains demonstrate how caring for a single species not matter if the habitat as a whole is not cared for. Climate change places pressure on the entire habitat, and the care lesson focuses on what we can all do to lessen the impact of a changing climate on the world and its life.